Thomas Jefferson Papers

To Thomas Jefferson from Albert Gallatin, 1 November 1802

From Albert Gallatin

1st Nover. 1802

Dear Sir

My absence and the sickness of a clerk having suspended the transmission of the weekly list of Warrants, I now enclose a summary statement of all the Warrants issued during the quarter ending the 30th Septer. 1802; and also a similar statement for October. To commence from this week, you shall here after be furnished with the usual weekly return

With sincere respect Your obedt. Servt.

Albert Gallatin

The return for Octer. is delayed till to morrow.

RC (DLC); at foot of text: “The President”; endorsed by TJ as received from the Treasury Department on 1 Nov. and so recorded in SJL with notation “Warrts. of 3d. quarter. 2,253,100.71”; also endorsed by TJ: “Warrants Qr.” Enclosure not found.

SICKNESS OF A CLERK: Daniel Sheldon (see Gallatin to TJ, 16 Oct.).

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