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Washington, D.C., to Stephen Twining, New Haven, ALsS : 1800-1801.

Author: Elizur Goodrich; Stephen Twining
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
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The first letter mentions the renomination of John Jay for chief justice. It is undated, but was written between October 1800, when Jay's successor Oliver Ellsworth sumbitted his resignation, and 20 January 1801, when John Marshall was nominated after Jay's refusal. The second letter, 15 December 1800, reports Zephaniah Swift's opinion of the situation in France: Napoleon aims to establish a monarchy and the people  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Letters
Named Person: John Jay; Napoleon, Emperor of the French; Zephaniah Swift; John Jay; Napoleon, Emperor of the French; Zephaniah Swift
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Elizur Goodrich; Stephen Twining
OCLC Number: 122347800
Notes: The first two letters have integral leaves with address and free frank.
Description: 3 items (5 p.) ; 25 cm.

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The first letter mentions the renomination of John Jay for chief justice. It is undated, but was written between October 1800, when Jay's successor Oliver Ellsworth sumbitted his resignation, and 20 January 1801, when John Marshall was nominated after Jay's refusal. The second letter, 15 December 1800, reports Zephaniah Swift's opinion of the situation in France: Napoleon aims to establish a monarchy and the people are ready to accept it. The third, 12 February 1801, reports from the floor of the House of Representatives during the balloting to break the electoral tie between Thomas Jefferson and Aaron Burr.

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