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Autor: Barbara B Oberg
Editorial: Princeton : Princeton University Press, 2008.
Serie: The papers of Thomas Jefferson, vol. 36
Edición/Formato:   Libro : Inglés (eng)
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On 8 December Thomas Jefferson communicates his first annual message to Congress: peace between France and England is restored; the standing army can be done away with; and, 'peace & friendship'  Leer más

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Tipo de documento: Libro/Texto
Todos autores / colaboradores: Barbara B Oberg
ISBN: 9780691137742 0691137749
Número OCLC: 588084465
Descripción: 754 S., Taf : Ill.
Contenido: Foreword vii Editorial Method and Apparatus xvii Illustrations xlv Jefferson Chronology 2 1801 To Andrew Sterett, 1 December 3 From Joseph Yznardi, Sr., enclosing Statement of Principles, 1 December 4 To James Currie, 2 December 9 To Thomas Leiper, 2 December 9 To George Jefferson, 3 December 10 To James Madison, [ca. 3 December] 10 To Craven Peyton, 3 December 11 From Andrew Sterett, 3 December 12 From Abishai Thomas, 3 December 12 Memorial from the District of Columbia Commissioners, 4 December 13 From the Georgia Legislature, 4 December 17 From George Jefferson, 4 December 18 To George Latimer, 4 December 19 To John Monroe, 4 December 19 To Thomas Mann Randolph, 4 December 20 From Christopher Smith, 4 December 21 To Caspar Wistar, 4 December 22 To Joseph BloomAeld, 5 December 22 From Sylvanus Bourne, 5 December 23 From Henry Dearborn, 5 December 24 From John Glendy, 5 December 25 To Gideon Granger, 5 December 27 From James Hall, 5 December 27 To James Lyon, 5 December 29 To Isaac Story, 5 December 30 From "Philanthrophos," [on or before 6 December] 31 Bill to Establish a Government for the Territory of Columbia 32 I. Draft Bill, [before 7 December] 34 II. From John Thomson Mason, [7 December] 40 From Tench Coxe, [before 7 December] 41 Henry Dearborn's Plan for Reorganizing the Army, [7 December] 42 From Albert Gallatin, 7 December 48 From Horatio Gates, 7 December 50 From George Jefferson, 7 December 51 From the Senate, 7 December 51 Annual Message to Congress 52 I. To the Speaker of the House of Representatives and the President of the Senate, 8 December 57 II. First Annual Message to Congress, 8 December 58 III. Note for the National Intelligencer, [ca. 8 December] 67 Henry Dearborn's Statement on Indian Trading Houses, 8 December 68 To Albert Gallatin, 8 December 70 From George Jefferson, 8 December 70 From Matthew Lawler, 8 December 71 From James Lyon, 8 December 71 From James Madison, 8 December 73 To Bishop James Madison, 8 December 75 From James Monroe, 8 December 76 General Statement of Account with John Barnes, 9 December 77 Memorandum from John Barnes, 9 December 78 From William P. Gardner, 9 December 79 From John Vaughan, 9 December 80 DeWitt Clinton's Statement on a Political Faction in New York, [before 10 December] 81 From James Cheetham, enclosing James Cheetham's Statement on a Political Faction in New York City, [10 December] 82 From the District of Columbia Commissioners, 10 December 88 From James Madison, [10 December] 89 From the War Department, with Jefferson's Reply, 10 December 89 From "An American," 11 December 91 From Benjamin Hawkins, 11 December 93 To the Senate, 11 December 94 To the Senate, 11 December 95 From Jean Chas, 12 December 95 From James Currie, 12 December 97 From John Dickinson, 12 December 97 From James Dinsmore, 12 December 98 To Christopher Ellery, 12 December 99 From Lewis Littlepage, 12 December 99 From Elijah Paine, 12 December 100 From Albert Gallatin, [13 December] 101 To James Monroe, 13 December 104 From James Ray, 13 December 105 To Mary Jefferson Eppes, 14 December 106 To Albert Gallatin, 14 December 107 From William Judd, 14 December 108 From George Meade, 14 December 109 From J. P. G. Muhlenberg, 14 December 111 From Francois Soules, 14 December 112 From Antoine Felix Wuibert, 14 December 114 From Jacob Crowninshield, 15 December 116 From Albert Gallatin, [15 December] 120 From Abishai Thomas, 15 December 122 From Thomas BruC, 16 December 123 From Henry Dearborn, 16 December 125 From Tadeusz Kosciuszko, 16 December 125 From Bishop James Madison, 16 December 126 From Pierre Samuel Du Pont de Nemours, 17 December 127 From Hugh Holmes, 17 December 133 From David Walker, 17 December 134 From John Devereux DeLacy, 18 December 135 To Peter Lyons, 18 December 157 From Nathaniel Macon, 18 December 158 From William Short, 18 December 158 To James Taylor, Jr., 18 December 163 From David Austin, 19 December 163 From William Cranch, 19 December 164 To John Dickinson, 19 December 165 From the District of Columbia Commissioners, 19 December 166 From Benjamin Henfrey, 19 December 167 From Robert Patterson, 19 December 170 From Richard Williams, 19 December 175 To Horatio Gates, 20 December 176 To Levi Lincoln, 20 December 176 From James Monroe, 20 December 177 To Benjamin Rush, 20 December 177 From George Baron, 21 December 178 Statement of Account with Thomas Carpenter, 21 December 181 From Albert Gallatin, with Jefferson's Reply, 21 December 182 To Levi Lincoln, 21 December 183 Resolution of the Mississippi Territory General Assembly, 21 December 183 From James Monroe, 21 December 185 Proclamation on RatiAcation of the Convention with France, 21 December 187 From John Vaughan, 21 December 189 From Charles Douglas and Susan Douglas, 22 December 190 To the Senate, 22 December 190 To the Senate and the House of Representatives, 22 December 192 From Lewis Littlepage, 23 December 194 To Lewis Littlepage, 23 December 194 To the Senate and the House of Representatives, 23 December 195 From Albert Gallatin, 24 December 195 From George HadAeld, 24 December 197 From Josiah Hook, 24 December 198 From Kennebec County, Maine, Constitutional Republicans, 24 December 198 From John Stuart Kerr, 24 December 200 From James Madison, 24 December 201 From Overton Carr, 25 December 202 To James Currie, 25 December 203 To Benjamin Waterhouse, 25 December 203 Memorandum to Albert Gallatin, with Gallatin's Reply, [on or before 26 December] 204 From Albert Gallatin, 26 December 205 From Albert Gallatin, 26 December 205 From Robert R. Livingston, 26 December 206 From the National Institute of France, 26 December 208 From Albert Gallatin, enclosing Outline of Government ODces, 27 December 210 From Albert Gallatin, 27 December 215 To Adam Lindsay, 27 December 216 From Caesar A. Rodney, 27 December 217 To Oliver Wolcott, Jr., 27 December 220 From William Adamson, 28 December 220 From James Jackson, 28 December 224 From John F. Mercer, 28 December 225 From David Stone, 28 December 226 From James Cheetham, 29 December 228 From Andrew Ellicott, 29 December 229 To Albert Gallatin, 29 December 231 To James Madison, 29 December 231 To James Madison, 29 December 232 From Julian Ursin Niemcewicz, 29 December 233 From Edmund O'Finn, 29 December 234 From Robert Smith, 29 December 234 From John Vaughan, enclosing List of Learned Societies, 29 December 235 From Dr. John Vaughan, 29 December 238 From Henry Voigt, 29 December 239 From Timothy Bourn [before 30] December 241 To William Eustis, 30 December 242 From William Henry Harrison, 30 December 242 From Thomas Oben, 30 December 245 Presentation of the "Mammoth Cheese" 246 I. From the Committee of Cheshire, Massachusetts, [30 December] 249 II. From the Committee of Cheshire, Massachusetts, [1 January 1802] 250 III. To the Committee of Cheshire, Massachusetts, [1 January 1802] 252 Reply to the Danbury Baptist Association 253 I. Draft Reply to the Danbury Baptist Association, [on or before 31 December] 254 II. From Gideon Granger, [31 December] 256 III. To Levi Lincoln, 1 January 1802 256 IV. From Levi Lincoln, 1 January 1802 257 V. To the Danbury Baptist Association, 1 January 1802 258 A Bill for the Relief of SuCerers under Certain Illegal Prosecutions, [1801] 258 1802 From James Dinsmore, 1 January 260 To John Wayles Eppes, 1 January 261 To Thomas Mann Randolph, 1 January 262 From Philip Turner, 1 January 263 From Caspar Wistar, 1 January 264 From "A. B.," 2 January 266 From Gideon Granger, 2 January 268 From George Jefferson, 2 January 268 To James Oldham, 2 January 269 To Samuel Smith, 2 January 269 From James Taylor, Jr., 2 January 269 From Albert Gallatin, 3 January 270 From David Austin, 4 January 271 From Sarah Blackden, 4 January 273 Conference with Little Turtle 274 I. Address of Little Turtle, [4 January] 280 II. Jefferson's Reply, 7 January 286 III. Henry Dearborn's Reply, 7 January 287 IV. Response of Little Turtle, [7 January] 289 From Joseph Crockett, 4 January 290 From Louis Desmarets, 4 January 290 To Theodore Foster, 4 January 291 From Gideon Granger, 4 January 292 From Benjamin Henfrey, 4 January 293 From John F. Mercer, 4 January 293 From Louis de Tousard, 4 January 294 From William Goforth, 5 January 297 To Benjamin Henfrey, 5 January 303 To the Senate, 5 January 303 From Samuel R. Demaree, 6 January 304 From the District of Columbia Commissioners, 6 January 305 From Blair McClenachan, 6 January 307 From Thomas Newton, 6 January 308 To the Senate: Interim Appointments, 6 January 309 I. Tables of Justices of the Peace for the District of Columbia, [before 16 March 1801] 314 II. Memorandum on Justices of the Peace for the District of Columbia, [on or before 16 March 1801] 316 III. List of Interim Appointments from the State Department, [on or before 26 December 1801] 317 IV. Draft of Interim Appointments, [on or after 26 December 1801] 322 V. Key to the Arrangement of Interim Nominations, [before 6 January] 328 VI. To the Senate, 6 January 331 To the District of Columbia Commissioners, 7 January 337 From William Duane, 7 January 337 To George Jefferson, 7 January 338 To Christopher Smith, 7 January 339 To James Taylor, Jr., 7 January 339 To Antoine Felix Wuibert, 7 January 340 From David Austin, 8 January 340 From James Currie, 8 January 340 From Henry Dearborn, 8 January 341 To George Jefferson, 8 January 342 To James Taylor, Jr., 8 January 343 From Albert Gallatin, 9 January 343 To George Jefferson, 9 January 344 From David Mandeville, 9 January 344 To Samuel A. Otis, 9 January 345 To Thomas Mann Randolph, 9 January 346 From Albert Gallatin, 10 January 346 From John Hughes, 10 January 348 To Edward Savage 10 January 350 To Joseph Yznardi, Sr., 10 January 350 From David Austin, 11 January 351 From Richard Dinmore, 11 January 352 From Henry Esch, 11 January 353 From La Rochefoucauld-Liancourt, 11 January 355 To the Senate and the House of Representatives, 11 January 356 From Isaac Story, 11 January 357 From James Sullivan, 11 January 359 From Benjamin Waterhouse, 11 January 359 To Albert Gallatin, 12 January 361 From John Gardiner, 12 January 362 To the House of Representatives, 12 January, enclosing From James Madison, and Estimate of Expenses, 11 January 363 From Charles Willson Peale, 12 January, enclosing Substance of an Address, [ca. 12 January] 365 To the Senate, 12 January 367 From Albert Gallatin, 13 January 367 From George Jefferson, 13 January 368 To John Vaughan and Charles Willson Peale, 13 January 369 To James Currie, 14 January 369 To George Jefferson, 14 January 370 From George Jefferson, 14 January 371 From George Washington McElroy, 14 January 371 To John Vaughan, 14 January 372 To Benjamin Waterhouse, 14 January 373 To Philip Barraud, 15 January 373 From John James Dufour, 15 January 373 From Lewis Geanty, 15 January 376 To the Georgia Legislature, 15 January 377 From Simon Harris, 15 January 378 To David Mandeville, 15 January 379 From Robert Smith, 15 January 380 From Augustus B. Woodward, 15 January 380 From Joseph Yznardi, Sr., enclosing Invoice for Wine, with Jefferson's Notations, 15 January 381 To Albert Gallatin, 16 January 384 To Kennebec County, Maine, Constitutional Republicans, 16 January 384 To Charles Willson Peale, 16 January 385 To Henry Voigt, 16 January 386 To James Cheetham, 17 January 386 To Martha Jefferson Randolph, 17 January 387 To Hore Browse Trist, 17 January 389 To Pierre Samuel Du Pont de Nemours, 18 January 390 From Allen McLane, 18 January 392 Notes on a Cabinet Meeting, 18 January 394 From James Wilkinson, 18 January 394 From David Austin, 19 January 395 From William Dunnington, 19 January 396 From Robert Smith, 19 January 397 From Jacob Bayley, 20 January 397 From Pierre Samuel Du Pont de Nemours, 20 January 399 From George Jefferson, 20 January 399 From James Madison, [ca. 20 January] 400 From the Mississippi Territory House of Representatives, 20 January 400 To David Austin, 21 January 401 From William C. C. Claiborne, 21 January 402 From Thomas Claxton, 21 January 402 From Josias Wilson King, 21 January 403 From Charles Willson Peale, 21 January 404 From Anna Young, 21 January 405 From Joseph Anthony, 22 January 409 From John Beckley, 22 January 415 From the District of Columbia Commissioners, 22 January 415 To John Wayles Eppes, 22 January 416 From Agnes Jackson, 22 January 418 From William King, 22 January 419 From Hore Browse Trist, 22 January 419 From Thomas Claxton, 23 January 420 From James Dinsmore, 23 January 421 To Lewis Geanty, 23 January 422 From William Short, 23 January 423 From John Cleves Symmes, 23 January 424 From Mary Jefferson Eppes, 24 January 426 From Richard Brent, [25 January] 427 From Ebenezer Elmer, 25 January 428 From Albert Gallatin, [25 January] 428 From Benjamin Hichborn, 25 January 429 From Edward C. Nicholls, 25 January 431 From William Barnwell, 26 January 432 To James Madison and Family, 26 January 432 To Wilson Cary Nicholas, 26 January 433 From Wilson Cary Nicholas, 26 January 434 To Joseph H. Nicholson and Rebecca Nicholson, 26 January 435 From David Stone, 26 January 435 From Richard Willson, 26 January 436 From James Currie, 27 January 436 To Richard Cutts, 27 January 437 From Abraham Du Buc de Marentille, 27 January 438 From Albert Gallatin, 27 January 440 To the Senate and the House of Representatives, 27 January 440 From John Davis, 28 January 443 From Richard Dinmore, 28 January 444 To Levi Lincoln, 28 January 446 From James Lyon, 28 January 446 From David Austin, 29 January 447 To Andrew Ellicott, 29 January 448 From Albert Gallatin, 29 January 448 From Robert Morris, [on or before 29 January] 449 From Benjamin Vaughan, 29 January 449 From Benjamin Waterhouse, 29 January 454 To John Wickham, 29 January 455 From Isaac Briggs, 30 January 457 Charges Against Arthur St. Clair 458 I. From Thomas Worthington, 30 January 461 II. List of Charges Against Arthur St. Clair, [ca. 30 January-20 February] 465 III. Thomas Worthington's Charges and Explanations, 20 February 466 From Delamotte, 30 January 470 From Denniston & Cheetham, 30 January 472 From Lafayette, 30 January 480 To William Wardlaw, 30 January 482 From Joseph Yznardi, Sr., 30 January 482 To Matthew Anderson, 31 January 484 From Andrew Ellicott, 31 January 485 To Dwight Foster, 1 February 486 From Benjamin Hawkins, 1 February 486 To the Senate, 1 February 487 From Joseph Wheaton, 1 February 489 From John Wayles Eppes, 2 February 490 From George Jefferson, 2 February 492 From Levi Lincoln, 2 February 493 To Thomas Newton, Jr., 2 February 496 From Samuel Quarrier, 2 February 497 From Samuel Quarrier, 2 February 498 To the Senate and the House of Representatives, 2 February 499 From Robert Smith, 2 February 501 Memorandum from Tench Coxe, 3 February 502 Invoice from William Duane, 3 February 503 To George Jefferson, 3 February 503 To James Monroe, 3 February 504 To Thomas Mann Randolph, 3 February 505 From Albert Gallatin, 4 February 506 From Samuel Morse, 4 February 507 To Anna Young, 4 February 512 To Joseph Yznardi, Sr., 4 February 512 Conference with Black Hoof, 5 February 513 I. Address of Black Hoof, [5 February] 517 II. Jefferson's Reply, 10 February 522 III. Henry Dearborn's Reply, 10 February 523 IV. Henry Dearborn to Chiefs of the Delawares and Shawnees, 10 February 526 To Aaron Burr, 6 February 527 Philippe Jacques Dahler to Jefferson and Congress, 6 February 527 From James B. Heard, [on or before 6 February] 529 From Thomas Mann Randolph, 6 February 530 From Jacob Wagner, 6 February 531 From Joseph Barnes, 7 February 532 From Lewis DuPre, 7 February 533 From Andrew Ellicott, 7 February 535 From John Guerrant, 7 February 536 From Stephen Sayre, 7 February 537 From Burgess Allison, 8 February 540 From Daniel Carroll, 8 February 541 From the District of Columbia Commissioners, 8 February 542 To the House of Representatives, 8 February 543 From George Jefferson, 8 February 545 To Nathaniel Macon, 8 February 545 To Samuel A. Otis, 8 February 546 From Robert Smith, 8 February 546 From Worsley & Murray, 8 February 547 From Benjamin Smith Barton, 9 February 547 From Catherine Church, 9 February 549 From George Clinton, 9 February 550 To the District of Columbia Commissioners, 9 February 551 From the District of Columbia Commissioners, 9 February 551 From Pierre Samuel Du Pont de Nemours, 9 February 552 From Thomas Eddy, 9 February 553 From Albert Gallatin, 9 February 554 From John Thomson Mason, 9 February 555 To Hore Browse Trist, 9 February 556 To Abraham Baldwin, 10 February 557 From Samuel Quarrier, 10 February 557 To Daniel Carroll, 11 February 559 From Stephen Cathalan, Jr., 11 February 559 Tench Coxe's ReBections on Cotton, 11 February 562 From Manasseh Cutler, [11 February] 563 From the District of Columbia Commissioners, 11 February 564 To James Oldham, 11 February 565 From Henry Voigt, 11 February 565 From David Campbell, 12 February 566 From James Dinsmore, 12 February 567 From Albert Gallatin, 12 February 568 From James Monroe, 12 February 571 From Thomas Newton, 12 February 572 From Joseph Yznardi, Sr., 12 February 572 From Horatio Gates, 13 February 573 From George Jefferson, 13 February 574 From Levi Lincoln, 13 February 574 From James Monroe, 13 February 576 From Samuel Quarrier, 13 February 577 From Arthur St. Clair, 13 February 578 From Andrew Ellicott, 14 February 579 From "A Federalist Democrat," 14 [February] 581 To George Hay, 14 February 581 From David Lummis, 15 February 582 From Philadelphia Merchants and Traders, [before 16 February] 586 From Albert Gallatin, 16 February 589 To the Senate and the House of Representatives, enclosing From James Madison, 16 February and Albert Gallatin to James Madison, 30 January 592 From Louis Thomas Villaret de Joyeuse, [16 February] 598 From Tench Coxe, 17 February 600 From Nicholas Reib, 17 February 602 To the Senate and the House of Representatives, 17 February 603 From Robert Smith, 17 February 604 Circular to Naval Commanders, 18 February 605 From Thomas Newton, 18 February 606 To the Senate, 18 February 606 To the Senate and the House of Representatives, 18 February 607 To Nicolas Gouin DuAef, 19 February 607 From John Murray Forbes, 19 February 608 From George Hay, 19 February 609 From William Barton, 20 February 610 From Pierre Samuel Du Pont de Nemours, 20 February 611 To John Page, 20 February 613 From Robert Smith, 20 February 615 From John Dawson, 21 February 615 From Pierre Samuel Du Pont de Nemours, 21 February 616 From Lewis Mayer, 21 February 617 To Thomas Mann Randolph, 21 February 618 From John Coburn, 22 February 620 From Tench Coxe, 22 February 623 From John Drayton, 22 February 625 From Lyman Spalding, 22 February 626 To Albert Gallatin, 23 February 627 To Albert Gallatin, with Gallatin's Reply, [23 February] 628 From Moses Myers, 23 February 628 To Andrew Ellicott, 24 February 629 To Albert Gallatin, with Gallatin's Reply, [on or before 24 February] 630 To George Hay, 24 February 631 To the Senate and the House of Representatives, 24 February 631 To Seneca, Onondaga, Cayuga, and Munsee Indians, with Henry Dearborn, 24 February 632 From Maria Cosway, 25 February, enclosing Proposal to Publish Etchings of Pictures in the Louvre, 1 February 636 From Albert Gallatin, 25 February 638 From James Madison, 2[5] February 638 To the Senate and the House of Representatives, 25 February 640 From "A--X," [26 February] 641 From Anthony Campbell, 26 February 641 To James Madison, with Madison's Reply, 26 February 654 From Samuel Morse, 26 February 655 From Anne Cary Randolph, 26 February 656 From Ellen Wayles Randolph, [ca. 26 February] 656 From Thomas Jefferson Randolph, [ca. 26 February] 657 To the Senate and the House of Representatives, 26 February 658 From Charles Peale Polk, 28 February [i.e. ca. 27 February] 658 From Thomas Ballendine, 28 February 660 To William R. Davie, 28 February 662 From Thomas T. Davis, 28 February 662 To James Monroe, 28 February 663 To Thomas Mann Randolph, 28 February 663 From Tench Coxe, 1 March 664 From Edward Savage, 1 March 666 To the Senate and the House of Representatives, 1 March 666 From Robert Smith, 1 March 668 From Robert Eastburn, 2 March 669 Statement of Medical Services by Edward Gantt, 2 March 671 From James Hardy, 2 March 671 To the Mississippi Territory General Assembly, 2 March 673 From Samuel Morse, 2 March 673 To Thomas Newton, 2 March 674 To John Wayles Eppes, 3 March 675 To Mary Jefferson Eppes, 3 March 676 From George Hay, 3 March 677 From "Thomas Khronyngler," 3 March 678 APPENDICES Appendix I: Letters Not Printed in Full 679 Appendix II: Letters Not Found 681 Appendix III: Financial Documents 685 Appendix IV: Statements of Accounts with John Barnes 688 Index 699
Título de la serie: The papers of Thomas Jefferson, vol. 36
Responsabilidad: Barbara B. Oberg, ed.

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