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The papers of Thomas Jefferson / Vol. 37, 4 March to 30 June 1802.

Publisher: Princeton [u.a.] : Princeton Univ. Press, 2010.
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Opens on 4 March 1802, the first anniversary of Thomas Jefferson's inauguration as the nation's third president, and closes on 30 June.

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Document Type: Book
ISBN: 9780691150017 069115001X
OCLC Number: 723229296
Description: L, 791 S. : ill.
Contents: Foreword vii Editorial Method and Apparatus xvii Illustrations xlvii Jefferson Chronology 2 1802 From William C. C. Claiborne, 4 March 3 From Nicolas Gouin Dufief, 4 March 5 From Anonymous, [before 5 March] 6 To Henry Dearborn, [5 March] 7 From Henry Dearborn, 5 March 9 Memorandum from Albert Gallatin, with Jefferson's Reply, [on or after 5 March] 10 From John Hughes, 5 March 11 To Samuel Smith, 5 March 12 To Henry Voigt, 5 March 13 From Simon Chaudron and John James Barralet, 6 March 13 From Thomas Mann Randolph, 6 March 14 From Abishai Thomas, 6 March 16 From Elizabeth House Trist, 6 March 16 From John Archer, 7 March 18 From Abraham Baldwin, 7 March 19 To William C. C. Claiborne, 7 March 19 To Anne Cary Randolph, Thomas Jefferson Randolph, and Ellen Wayles Randolph, 7 March 20 From Joseph H. Nicholson, 8 March 21 From James Walter, 8 March 22 Memorandum from Albert Gallatin on Nominations, [9 March] 23 To the Senate, 9 March 23 From Robert Smith, 9 March 24 From Samuel Smith, [9 March] 25 From Tench Coxe, [before 10 March] 25 From "A Lover of his Country," 10 March 27 Conference with Handsome Lake, Cornplanter, and Blue Eyes 29 I. Address of Handsome Lake, [10 March] 33 II. Henry Dearborn's Reply, 13 March 35 III. Address of Handsome Lake, [15 March] 36 IV. Address of Cornplanter, [15 March] 38 V. Address of Handsome Lake, [15 March] 39 VI. Address of Blue Eyes, [15 March] 39 VII. Henry Dearborn's Reply to Handsome Lake, Cornplanter, and Blue Eyes, 17 March 40 VIII. Confirmation of Title to the Seneca and Onondaga Indians, 17 March 42 From John Dickinson, 10 March 43 From Christopher Ellery, 10 March 44 From Andrew Ellicott, 10 March 45 From George Jefferson, 10 March 47 From Charles Le Brun, 10 March 47 From Charles McLaughlin, 10 March 50 To John Minor, 10 March 50 To the Senate, 10 March 51 To the Senate, 10 March 52 Sentence in the Court-Martial of John Spence 54 I. Henry Dearborn's Preliminary Draft, [10 March] 55 II. Henry Dearborn's Second Draft, with Jeffersons Revisions, [20 April] 56 From John Trumbull, 10 March 57 To Joseph Yznardi, Sr., 10 March 61 From John Wayles Eppes, 11 March 61 From Pierre Charles L'Enfant, 12 March 62 Account with Zachariah Poulson, Jr., 12 March 64 To Thomas Mann Randolph, 12 March 64 From Benjamin Rush, 12 March 68 From Benjamin Smith Barton, 13 March 69 From David Fergusson, 13 March 70 From Thomas Mann Randolph, 13 March 71 From Robert Smith, 13 March 71 To Pierre Charles L'Enfant, 14 March 72 From John Thomson Mason, 14 March 72 From James Monroe, 14 March 73 From Susannah Santoran, 14 March 74 From William Barnwell, 15 March 75 From William Barton, 15 March 75 From Elizabeth Chester, 15 March 76 From Anthony S. Gadbury, 15 March 77 From Caesar A. Rodney, 15 March 78 To George Jefferson, 16 March 79 To Robert R. Livingston, 16 March 79 From Joseph Yznardi, Sr., 16 March 80 From John Thomson Mason, 17 March 81 From John Minor, 17 March 81 From Thomas Paine, 17 March 82 From John Beckley, 18 March 85 To Benjamin Rush, 18 March 86 To James Dinsmore, 19 March 86 From George Jefferson, 19 March 87 From Philip Myer, 19 March 88 To James Walter, 19 March 89 To Joseph Yznardi, Sr., 19 March 90 From David Austin, 20 March 91 From Tench Coxe, 20 March 92 From William R. Davie, 20 March 93 From Nicolas Gouin Dufief, 20 March 94 From Anthony S. Gadbury, 20 March 95 To Thomas Mann Randolph, 20 March 95 From Thomas Mann Randolph, 20 March 97 To Elizabeth House Trist, 20 March 98 To Robert Bailey, 21 March 100 From James Monroe, 21 March 100 To Gouverneur Morris, 21 March 101 From Gouverneur Morris, 21 March 101 Description of a Wheel Cipher, [before 22 March] 102 To Robert Patterson, 22 March 107 From Stephen Sayre, 22 March 109 From William Vallance, 22 March 111 To Caspar Wistar, 22 March 112 To Nicolas Gouin Dufief, 23 March 113 From Gideon Granger, 23 March 115 From the Navy Department, [on or before 23 March] 115 From Delaware Democratic Republicans, [on or after 24 March] 116 From Sarah McKean Irujo, 24 March 118 To Levi Lincoln, 24 March 119 To the Senate, 25 March 120 From Robert Smith, 25 March 121 From George Washington McElroy, 26 March 122 From Samuel Bishop, 27 March 122 From Henry Dearborn, 27 March 123 From John Page, 27 March 124 From Nicholas Reib, 27 March 125 From Daniel Carroll, 28 March 126 To Thomas Mann Randolph, 28 March 127 From Leonora Sansay, [28 March] 130 To Watson & Higginbotham, 28 March 131 From Abraham Baldwin, 29 March 131 To Benjamin Smith Barton, 29 March 132 From DeWitt Clinton, 29 March 133 To Mary Jefferson Eppes, 29 March 133 From James Madison, 29 March 135 To the Senate, 29 March 136 To the Senate and the House of Representatives, 29 March 138 From Robert Smith, 29 March 140 From Daniel Carroll Brent, 30 March 141 From Aaron Burr, 30 March 143 From Henry Dearborn, 30 March 144 From William Eustis, 30 March 144 From Richard Fenwick, [on or before 30 March] 145 To Robert Gourlay, 30 March 146 To Charles Wyndham Grymes, 30 March 147 To Philip Ludwell Grymes, 30 March 147 From Samuel Osgood, 30 March 148 To Edward Savage, 30 March 149 To the Senate and the House of Representatives, 30 March 149 From Robert Smith, 30 March 150 To the House of Representatives, 31 March 150 From John Thomson Mason, with Jefferson's Reply, 31 March 151 From John Minor of North Carolina, 31 March 152 To James Monroe, 31 March 153 To Francis Peyton, 31 March 154 To the Senate, 31 March 155 To Simon Chaudron and John James Barralet, 1 April 156 To Nicolas Gouin Dufief, 1 April 156 To Albert Gallatin, 1 April 157 To Peter Legaux, 1 April 159 From Wilson Cary Nicholas, [1 April] 159 From Robert Smith, [1 April] 160 From Tench Coxe, [before 2 April] 161 From Pierre Samuel Du Pont de Nemours, 2 April 165 From George Jefferson, 2 April 167 To Tadeusz Kosciuszko, 2 April 167 From Edward Livingston, 2 April 168 To John Page, 2 April 169 From Francis Peyton, 2 April 170 To DeWitt Clinton, 3 April 170 From Pierre Samuel Du Pont de Nemours, 3 April 170 From George Jefferson, 3 April 172 From Ezra L'Hommedieu, 3 April 172 To the Mississippi Territory House of Representatives, 3 April 173 From Samuel Quarrier, 3 April 174 To Martha Jefferson Randolph, 3 April 175 To the Senate, 3 April 176 From William Short, 3 April 177 To Albert Gallatin, 4 April 178 To John Bartram, Jr., 5 April 179 From Sebastian Bauman, 5 March [i.e. April] 179 From Philippe de Letombe, 5 April 180 To the Senate, 5 April 181 From Henry Dearborn, 6 April 182 From Nicolas Gouin Dufief, 6 April 182 To William Branch Giles, [6 April] 183 From Louis Portas, 6 April 185 To the Senate, 6 April 187 To Albert Gallatin, 7 April 187 From John S. Lillie, 7 April 188 From Albert Gallatin, 8 April 189 From Samuel Quarrier, [on or before 8 April] 190 To the Senate, 8 April 191 From Henry Voigt, [before 9 April] 193 From Henry Dearborn, 9 April 194 From William Kilty, William Cranch, and John Thomson Mason, 9 April 195 From Thomas Mann Randolph, 9 April 196 To Nicholas Reib, 9 April 197 To Nicolas Gouin Dufief, 10 April 197 Memorandum from Albert Gallatin, [10 April] 198 From Nathaniel Ingraham, with John Steele's Note, 10 April 199 To George Jefferson, 10 April 200 From Philip Mazzei, 10 April 201 From Deborah Stewart, 10 April 204 From Caspar Wistar, 10 April 205 To Levi Lincoln and John Thomson Mason, 11 April 207 From James Ogilvie, 11 April 209 From Pierpont Edwards, 12 April 210 From Albert Gallatin, [12 April] 210 From Albert Gallatin, 12 April 211 From Levi Lincoln, 12 April 212 From John Thomson Mason, 12 April 214 From Samuel Latham Mitchill, 12 April 217 From James Monroe, 12 April 218 From "Noname Iota," 12 April 219 From Robert Patterson, 12 April 220 From Pierre Samuel Du Pont de Nemours, 13 April 222 To John Isaac Hawkins, 13 April 223 From Alexander White, enclosing Draft of a Resolution for the City of Washington, 13 April 224 From Philip Wilson, 13 April 226 To Caspar Wistar, 13 April 227 To Abraham Baldwin, enclosing List of Books for the Library of Congress, 14 April 227 From Nicolas Gouin Dufief, 14 April 233 From Edward Stevens, 14 April 234 To Alexander White, enclosing Draft of a Resolution for the City of Washington, 14 April 235 From "Yankey Doodle," 14 April 236 To the House of Representatives, 15 April 237 From Bishop James Madison, 15 April 241 From Philip Wilson, [on or before 15 April] 242 From Henry Dearborn, 16 April 243 To Philip Ludwell Grymes, 16 April 243 To George Jefferson, 16 April 244 From George Jefferson, 16 April 244 James Madison's Report on Claims under Article 7 of the Jay Treaty, 16 April 245 From Martha Jefferson Randolph, 16 April 246 From Caesar A. Rodney, 16 April 247 From Robert Smith, 16 April 248 From James Tilton, 16 April 249 From Elias Boudinot, 17 April 249 From Henry Dearborn, 17 April 251 To Levi Lincoln, 17 April 251 From Philip Mazzei, 17 April 252 To Robert Patterson, 17 April 254 From Robert Patterson, 17 April 254 From William Thornton, 17 April 255 From Tench Coxe, [before 18 April] 260 To Robert R. Livingston, 18 April 263 Method of Using Robert Patterson's Cipher 267 I. Description of Method, [18 April] 272 II. Sample Encipherment: The Lord's Prayer, [18 April] 275 III. Sample Encipherment: "To the People of Great-Britain" 278 To Anne Cary Randolph, 18 April 281 From Bartholomew von Heer, 19 April 282 From James McGurk, [on or before 19 April] 283 From John Page, 19 April 285 To William Short, 19 April 287 From Charles Douglas, 20 April 291 From Joseph Fay, 20 April 292 To the House of Representatives, 20 April, enclosing From James Madison, 18 April 292 From "S," 20 April 294 To Volney, 20 April 295 To Henry Dearborn, 21 April 298 To Pierre Samuel Du Pont de Nemours, 21 April 298 From Mary Jefferson Eppes, 21 April 299 From Albert Gallatin, 21 April 300 From John Isaac Hawkins, 21 April 301 From Robert Smith, 21 April 302 From William Baker, 22 April 302 From Henry Dearborn, [22 April] 304 From Henry Dearborn, 22 April 304 From Nicolas Gouin Dufief, 22 April 305 From Joseph Yznardi, Sr., 22 April 306 To James Cheetham, 23 April 308 To Madame de Corny, 23 April 308 From John Redman Coxe, 23 April 310 From William Duane, 23 April 311 List of Newspapers, [ca. 23 April] 312 From Thomas Martin, 23 April 313 From Gouverneur Morris, [23 April] 313 To William Thornton and Others, 23 April 314 Memorandum from Albert Gallatin, with Jefferson's Comment, [before 24 April] 314 From Mathew Carey, 24 April 315 From William C. C. Claiborne, 24 April 319 From Pierre Samuel Du Pont de Nemours, 24 April 320 From Albert Gallatin, 24 April 323 List of Candidates for Appointments, [ca. 24 April] 324 To Wilson Cary Nicholas, 24 April 326 To James Oldham, 24 April 327 From Robert Patterson, 24 April 327 To Martha Jefferson Randolph, 24 April 329 To Caesar A. Rodney, 24 April 330 From Joseph Dougherty, [on or before 25 April] 331 To Pierre Samuel Du Pont de Nemours, 25 April 332 From Thomas McKean, 25 April 334 From James Monroe, 25 April 335 From David Austin, 26 April 337 To Sebastian Bauman, 26 April 338 From Isaac Briggs, 26 April 339 Statement of Account with Thomas Carpenter, 26 April 340 From Charles Johnson, 26 April 341 To the Senate and the House of Representatives, 26 April 343 From Robert Smith, 26 April 345 From Ebenezer Tucker, 26 April 345 From Angelica Schuyler Church, 27 April 346 From Robert Leslie, 27 April 347 To the Senate, 27 April 348 To the Senate and the House of Representatives, 27 April 349 From John Archer, 28 April 350 From John Brown of Boone County, Kentucky, 28 April 351 From Nicolas Gouin Dufief, 28 April 352 From Michael Leib, 28 April 353 From Catherine Church Cruger, 29 April 354 From Christopher Ellery, 29 April 354 To John Wayles Eppes, 29 April 354 To Heads of Departments, 29 April 355 From John Heard, 29 April 356 From Samuel Meredith, 29 April 357 Notes on Charges against Arthur St. Clair, [ca. 29 April] 357 From Edward Savage, 29 April 361 From Samuel Smith, 29 April 362 From Sebastian Bauman, 30 April 362 From Joseph Bloomfield, 30 April 363 To John Redman Coxe, 30 April 364 To Pierre Samuel Du Pont de Nemours, 30 April 365 From Pierre Samuel Du Pont de Nemours, 30 April 367 Memorandum from Christopher Ellery and Joseph Stanton, Jr., 30 April 376 From Albert Gallatin, 30 April 377 From Albert Gallatin, 30 April 378 From William Helms, 30 April 381 From William Jones and Joseph Clay, 30 April 382 To Levi Lincoln, [on or after 30 April] 382 From Thomas McKean, 30 April 383 To John Milledge, enclosing Itinerary from Georgetown Ferry to Edgehill, 30 April 384 From Caesar A. Rodney, 30 April 386 Query from Albert Gallatin, with Jefferson's Reply, [April] 387 To Abraham Baldwin, 1 May 388 To Mary Jefferson Eppes, 1 May 389 To Albert Gallatin, 1 May 390 Memorandum from Albert Gallatin, [ca. 1 May] 390 To James Jackson, 1 May 391 From James Jackson, 1 May 392 To Robert Leslie, 1 May 394 Notes on the Establishment of New Revenue Districts, [ca. 1 May] 394 From David Stone, 1 May 395 From Thomas McLean, 2 May 396 To Thomas Mann Randolph, 2 May 398 From Theodorus Bailey and Philip Van Cortlandt, 3 May 398 To Joel Barlow, 3 May 399 Memorandum from John Brown and John Breckinridge, 3 May 402 From DeWitt Clinton, 3 May 402 To Pierre Samuel Du Pont de Nemours, 3 May 403 From George Jefferson, 3 May 403 From James Mease, 3 May 404 To Thomas Mann Randolph, 3 May 405 To the Senate, 3 May 406 From David Austin, 4 May 406 To Mathew Carey, 4 May 407 From Samuel Hanson, 4 May 408 To James Jackson, 4 May 409 To Levi Lincoln, 4 May 409 From Robert R. Livingston, 4 May 410 From Robert Smith, 4 May 416 From John Strode, 4 May 416 From David Austin, 5 May 417 To Pierre Samuel Du Pont de Nemours, 5 May 418 To Albert Gallatin, Henry Dearborn, and Robert Smith, 5 May 420 To John Langdon, 5 May 420 To Robert R. Livingston, 5 May 421 To James Madison, 5 May 422 From Robert Patton, 5 May 422 To Charles Willson Peale, 5 May 423 To John Smith, 5 May 423 From John Churchman, 7 May 424 From Henry Dearborn, 7 May 426 From James Madison, 7 May 427 To John Page, 7 May 429 From Robert Smith, 8 May 429 From Isaac Story, 8 May 430 From John Vaughan, 8 May 431 From "A Lover of his Country," 9 May 435 To James Madison, 9 May 437 To James Monroe, 9 May 438 To Thomas Sumter, Sr., 9 May 438 From John Barnes, 10 May 439 From Charles W. Goldsborough, 10 May 440 To George Jefferson, [10] May 440 From Etienne Lemaire, 10 May 441 List of Vaccinations, 10 May 442 From Joseph Dougherty, 11 May 443 From Andrew Ellicott, 11 May 444 From Andrew Ellicott, 11 May 447 From John Wayles Eppes, 11 May 448 From Gideon Granger, 11 May 449 From James Madison, 11 May 449 From Michael Weyer, 11 May 451 From Pierre Samuel Du Pont de Nemours, 12 May 451 From Arthur Fenner, 12 May 458 From "A Sybilline Voice," [before 13 May] 458 To John Barnes, 14 May 459 To Henry Dearborn, 14 May 459 From Gideon Granger, 14 May 460 From John Langdon, 14 May 462 To Etienne Lemaire, 14 May 463 To James Madison, 14 May 463 To Robert Smith, 14 May 464 "A reall friend" to Albert Gallatin, with Jefferson's Note, 15 May 465 From Caesar A. Rodney, 16 May 466 From Gideon Granger, 17 May 468 From James Monroe, 17 May 468 From Joseph Rapin, 17 May 469 Statement of William Short's Tenements, 17 May 472 From "A republican of Woodbridge," 19 May 474 To Gideon Granger, 20 May 475 To Etienne Lemaire, 20 May 475 From John Barnes, 21 May 475 From Daniel Brent, 21 May 477 From Richard Richardson, 21 May 478 From Madame de Tesse, 21 May 480 From Robert R. Livingston, 22 May 481 From Robert Smith, 22 May 485 From Jonathan Williams, 22 May 486 From Gideon Granger, 23 May 488 From Thomas Law, 23 May 488 From Samuel Brown, 24 May 489 From John Lambert and Others, 24 May 491 From Etienne Lemaire, 24 May 492 To James Madison, 24 May 493 From James Penn, 24 May 493 From Charles Pinckney, 24 May 494 From Abraham Hargis, 26 May 502 Statement of William Short's Tenements, 26 May 503 From Benjamin Smith Barton, 27 May 504 From Charles Willing Byrd, 27 May 505 From William Canby, 27 May 506 To George Jefferson, 27 May 507 Etienne Lemaire's Memorandum of Items for the President's House, 28 May 508 From Thomas Mendenhall, 28 May 509 From James Monroe, 30 May 510 From James Monroe, 30 May 511 From Craven Peyton, 30 May 512 From Thomas Sumter, Sr., 30 May 512 From Thomas Worthington, 30 May 514 From DeWitt Clinton, enclosing Candidates for Bankruptcy Commissioners and Comments on the Congressional Election in New York, 31 May 514 From Henry Dearborn, 31 May 517 From David Hall, 31 May 517 To Thomas Law, 31 May 519 From Robert Lawson, 31 May 520 From Caesar A. Rodney, 31 May 521 From John Berry, [on or before 1 June] 521 From William C. C. Claiborne, 1 June 522 From the District of Columbia Commissioners, 1 June 523 From Moses Myers, 1 June 523 From Thomas Newton, 1 June 524 From John Page, 1 June 525 From Elkanah Watson, 1 June 526 From Francis Mentges, 2 June 528 From John Beckley, 3 June 530 To Robert Brent, 3 June 530 From Robert Brent, 3 June 531 To James Monroe, 3 June 531 From James Monroe, 3 June 533 To Martha Jefferson Randolph, enclosing Itinerary from Edgehill to Washington, 3 June 533 To Joseph Rapin, 3 June 536 From Sir John Sinclair, 3 June 536 From Jeremiah Van Rensselaer, 3 June 538 From "Honesty," [before 4 June] 538 From Elisha Jenkins, 4 June 539 From William Kilty, 4 June 540 To Benjamin Dearborn, 5 June 541 From Delaware Democratic Republicans [5 June] 542 From Robert King, Sr., 5 June 544 From John F. Mercer, 5 June 547 To Albert Gallatin, 6 June 549 From Cyrus Griffin, 6 June 549 From Charles Willson Peale, 6 June 550 From Daniel Carroll Brent, 7 June 553 From Henry Dearborn, 7 June 553 To Robert King, Sr., 7 June 553 From Edward C. Nicholls, 7 June 554 From Josiah Smith, 7 June 555 From Daniel Carroll Brent, 8 June 556 To George Jefferson, 8 June 557 To Craven Peyton, 8 June 557 To Craven Peyton, 8 June 558 From Stephen Sayre, 8 June 558 From John Vaughan, 8 June 559 From Caspar Wistar, 8 June 564 To David Campbell, 9 June 566 From David Hall, 9 June 567 From Levi Lincoln, 9 June, enclosing From Levi Lincoln, 25 May 568 To Thomas McLean, 9 June 572 To Edward Savage, 9 June 572 From William Thornton, [9 June] 573 From DeWitt Clinton, 10 June 573 From William Davidson, 10 June 574 From Henry Dearborn, 10 June 577 Memorandums to Albert Gallatin, 10 June 577 From Samuel Miller, 10 June 579 From Mitchell & Buel, 10 June 580 From Charles Willson Peale, enclosing Diagrams: Top of Bison Skull and Diagram: Back of Bison Skull, 10 June 581 From David Redick, 10 June 584 From Alexander White, 10 June 586 From George Jefferson, 11 June 587 From James Monroe, 11 June 588 To William Wardlaw, 11 June 589 From John Barnes, 12 June 590 To George Jefferson, 12 June 590 From Thomas McKean, 12 June 591 From Joseph Priestley, 12 June 592 From Joseph Priestley, [on or before 12 June] 593 From Robert Smith, 12 June 596 To Thomas Claxton, 13 June 596 From Thomas Claxton, 13 June 597 To Roberts & Jones, 13 June 597 To Thomas Whitney, 13 June 598 From George Jefferson, 14 June 599 To Tobias Lear, 14 June 599 To Thomas McKean, 14 June 600 From David Mellinger, 14 June 600 To Caesar A. Rodney, 14 June 601 From Arthur Fenner and Theodore Foster, 15 June 602 Memorandum from Thomas Munroe, [15 June] 603 Robert Smith's Observations on the Charges Against Arthur St. Clair, 15 June 604 From Andrew Jackson, 16 June 608 From George Jefferson, 16 June 609 From Lewis Littlepage, 16 June 610 From William Lovering, 16 June 610 To Thomas Munroe, 16 June 611 To John Barnes, 17 June 612 From William Bentley, 17 June 612 To John Isaac Hawkins, 17 June 613 From Nathaniel Macon, 17 June 614 From Francis Peyton, 17 June 615 To Thomas Claxton, 18 June 615 Memorandum from Albert Gallatin, [18 June] 616 To Lewis Littlepage, 18 June 617 To William Lovering, 18 June 617 From Francis Peyton, 18 June 618 To Martha Jefferson Randolph, 18 June 618 From William Bache, 19 June 619 To Albert Gallatin, 19 June 620 From John Langdon, 19 June 621 James Madison's Opinions on the Charges Against Arthur St. Clair, 19 June 622 From Thomas Munroe, 19 June 624 To Joseph Priestley, 19 June 625 To David Redick, 19 June 627 From Caesar A. Rodney, 19 June 628 From Joseph Marie Lequinio de Kerblay, 20 June 632 Memorandum from the Treasury Department, 20 June 634 From a "True Friend, Alltho a woman," 20 June 635 From Willem H. van Hasselt, 20 June 636 From Mary Jefferson Eppes, 21 June 647 To Albert Gallatin, 21 June 648 From Nathaniel Ingraham, 21 June 648 Memorandum to Albert Gallatin, [on or before 21 June] 649 From Thomas Moore, with Jefferson's Note, 21 June 650 From Samuel Smith, 21 June 651 John Barnes's Memorandum on William Short's Account, 22 June 652 To James Dinsmore, 22 June 653 To Mitchell & Buel, 22 June 654 To James Oldham, 22 June 654 To Henry Sheaff, 22 June 655 To George Washington Varnum, 22 June 656 To Albert Gallatin, 23 June 656 From Thomas Leiper, 23 June 657 From Thomas Leiper, 23 June 657 To John F. Mercer, 23 June 659 To Caesar A. Rodney, 24 June 660 To Samuel Smith, 24 June 660 From John Wayles Eppes, 25 June 662 From Albert Gallatin, 25 June 662 From John Harshe, 25 June 663 To George Jefferson, 25 June 664 To John Barnes, 26 June 665 From Daniel Carroll Brent, 26 June 665 From Isaac Briggs, 26 June 666 Memorandum on Delaware River Piers, 26 June 667 To James Monroe, 26 June 668 From John Ponsonby, 26 June 668 From John Condit, 28 June 669 From Ebenezer Hazard, 28 June 670 From David Humphreys, 28 June 671 From Henry Ingle, 28 June 675 From Levi Lincoln, 28 June 676 From Caesar A. Rodney, 28 June 677 From John Steele, 28 June 680 From Thomas Tingey, 28 June 682 From Anonymous, 29 June 684 To Isaac Briggs, 29 June 688 To John Langdon, 29 June 688 From James Monroe, 29 June 690 From Joseph Bloomfield, 30 June 691 To John Steele, 30 June 693 George Hadfield's Estimate of Cost for Building a Jail, [June] 694 Notes on Building the Jail, [June] 695 APPENDICES Appendix I: List of Appointments, [3-23 June] 697 Appendix II: Bankruptcy Commissions 701 I. List of Candidates for Bankruptcy Commissions, [ca. 1 May-6 July] 703 II. List of Nominations for Bankruptcy Commissions, [8 June 1802-18 November 1803] 707 Appendix III: Letters Not Printed in Full 713 Appendix IV: Letters Not Found 715 Appendix V: Financial Documents 719 Index 723
Responsibility: Barbara B. Oberg, ed.

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