From Tobias Lear
July 15th: 1793.
In obedience to the President’s commands T. Lear has the honor to return to the Secretary of State the following letters and papers which have been put into the President’s hands by the Secretary. viz.
Genet’s communications relative to Spain
Letter from Govr. of Pennsyv. dated 24th. June and Warden’s report.
Do. from Do. 7th. July.
Copy of Mr. Rawle’s letter 9th. July
Genet’s letter 9 July.
Govr. of Virga. letter 28th. June.
Secy.’s letter to Mr. Hammond 26th. June
Do. to Do. 25 June
Do. to Do. 25 Do.
Philips’ letter 7th. June
Chiappe letter 20th. March.
Simpson’s do. 30th. Apl.
Genet’s letter 22d. June
Do. Do. 25 do.
Do. Do. 26 do.
Do. Do. 9 July.
B. Minister’s letter 11th. July
Sodderstrom’s letter 11 July
Lt. Govr. Wood’s letter 8 July with enclosures.
B. Minister’s letter 13 July.
Secy.’s letter to M. P. of France 30th. June
Copy of a letter from Govr. of Maryland to the Collector of Baltimore 20th. June
Do. of Do. from Collectr. to the Govr. 21 June
Extract of a letter from Govr. of Maryld. to Secy. of War. 22d. June.
Secy.’s letter to M. P. of France 12 July
Do. Do. to B. Minister Do.
Do. Note to Mess. Viar and Jaudennes 11th. July.
Instructions to Mr. James Blake 12 July.
Passport for Do. Do.
Secy.’s letter to Chief Justice Jay Do.
Do. Do. to Judge Patterson Do.
Do. Do. to M. P. of France 25 June
Do. Do. to B. Minister 26 Do.
RC (DLC); endorsed by TJ as a letter from George Washington received 15 July 1793.
James Hoban’s notes on the Capitol are dated 10 July 1793. For the exchange between Governor Thomas Sim Lee of Maryland and the Collector of Baltimore and the extract from Lee to Secretary of War Henry Knox, see note to TJ to Genet, 30 June 1793. The letters to Chief Justice John Jay and Judge William Paterson were texts of the Circular to the Justices of the Supreme Court, 12 July 1793. Other documents in this list are identified in TJ’s three memorandums to Washington printed under 11 July 1793, and notes.