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Main Series | Volume 36 (1 December 1801–3 March 1802) | Documents

To Andrew Sterett, 1 December 1801From Joseph Yznardi, Sr., enclosing Statement of Principles, 1 December 1801To James Currie, 2 December 1801To Thomas Leiper, 2 December 1801To George Jefferson, 3 December 1801To James Madison, [ca. 3 December 1801]To Craven Peyton, 3 December 1801From Andrew Sterett, 3 December 1801From Abishai Thomas, 3 December 1801Memorial from the District of Columbia Commissioners, 4 December 1801From the Georgia Legislature, 4 December 1801From George Jefferson, 4 December 1801To George Latimer, 4 December 1801To John Monroe, 4 December 1801To Thomas Mann Randolph, 4 December 1801From Christopher Smith, 4 December 1801To Caspar Wistar, 4 December 1801To Joseph Bloomfield, 5 December 1801From Sylvanus Bourne, 5 December 1801From Henry Dearborn, 5 December 1801From John Glendy, 5 December 1801To Gideon Granger, 5 December 1801From James Hall, 5 December 1801To James Lyon, 5 December 1801To Isaac Story, 5 December 1801From “Philanthrophos,” [on or before 6 December 1801]Bill to Establish a Government for the Territory of ColumbiaFrom Tench Coxe, [before 7 December 1801]Henry Dearborn's Plan for Reorganizing the Army, [7 December 1801]From Albert Gallatin, 7 December 1801From Horatio Gates, 7 December 1801From George Jefferson, 7 December 1801From the Senate, 7 December 1801Annual Message to CongressHenry Dearborn's Statement on Indian Trading Houses, 8 December 1801To Albert Gallatin, 8 December 1801From George Jefferson, 8 December 1801From Matthew Lawler, 8 December 1801From James Lyon, 8 December 1801From James Madison, 8 December 1801To Bishop James Madison, 8 December 1801From James Monroe, 8 December 1801General Statement of Account with John Barnes, 9 December 1801Memorandum from John Barnes, 9 December 1801From William P. Gardner, 9 December 1801From John Vaughan, 9 December 1801DeWitt Clinton's Statement on a Political Faction in New York, [before 10 December 1801]From James Cheetham, enclosing James Cheetham's Statement on a Political Faction in New York City, [10 December 1801]From the District of Columbia Commissioners, 10 December 1801From James Madison, [10 December 1801]From the War Department, with Jefferson's Reply, 10 December 1801From “An American,” 11 December 1801From Benjamin Hawkins, 11 December 1801To the Senate, 11 December 1801To the Senate, 11 December 1801From Jean Chas, 12 December 1801From James Currie, 12 December 1801From John Dickinson, 12 December 1801From James Dinsmore, 12 December 1801To Christopher Ellery, 12 December 1801From Lewis Littlepage, 12 December 1801From Elijah Paine, 12 December 1801From Albert Gallatin, [13 December 1801]To James Monroe, 13 December 1801From James Ray, 13 December 1801To Mary Jefferson Eppes, 14 December 1801To Albert Gallatin, 14 December 1801From William Judd, 14 December 1801From George Meade, 14 December 1801From J. P. G. Muhlenberg, 14 December 1801From François Soulés, 14 December 1801From Antoine Félix Wuibert, 14 December 1801From Jacob Crowninshield, 15 December 1801From Albert Gallatin, [15 December 1801]From Abishai Thomas, 15 December 1801From Thomas Bruff, 16 December 1801From Henry Dearborn, 16 December 1801From Tadeusz Kosciuszko, 16 December 1801From Bishop James Madison, 16 December 1801From Pierre Samuel Du Pont de Nemours, 17 December 1801From Hugh Holmes, 17 December 1801From David Walker, 17 December 1801From John Devereux DeLacy, 18 December 1801To Peter Lyons, 18 December 1801From Nathaniel Macon, 18 December 1801From William Short, 18 December 1801To James Taylor, Jr., 18 December 1801From David Austin, 19 December 1801From William Cranch, 19 December 1801To John Dickinson, 19 December 1801From the District of Columbia Commissioners, 19 December 1801From Benjamin Henfrey, 19 December 1801From Robert Patterson, 19 December 1801From Richard Williams, 19 December 1801To Horatio Gates, 20 December 1801To Levi Lincoln, 20 December 1801From James Monroe, 20 December 1801To Benjamin Rush, 20 December 1801From George Baron, 21 December 1801Statement of Account with Thomas Carpenter, 21 December 1801From Albert Gallatin, with Jefferson's Reply, 21 December 1801To Levi Lincoln, 21 December 1801Resolution of the Mississippi Territory General Assembly, 21 December 1801From James Monroe, 21 December 1801Proclamation on Ratification of the Convention with France, 21 December 1801From John Vaughan, 21 December 1801From Charles Douglas and Susan Douglas, 22 December 1801To the Senate, 22 December 1801To the Senate and the House of Representatives, 22 December 1801From Lewis Littlepage, 23 December 1801To Lewis Littlepage, 23 December 1801To the Senate and the House of Representatives, 23 December 1801From Albert Gallatin, 24 December 1801From George Hadfield, 24 December 1801From Josiah Hook, 24 December 1801From Kennebec County, Maine, Constitutional Republicans, 24 December 1801From John Stuart Kerr, 24 December 1801From James Madison, 24 December 1801From Overton Carr, 25 December 1801To James Currie, 25 December 1801To Benjamin Waterhouse, 25 December 1801Memorandum to Albert Gallatin, with Gallatin's Reply, [on or before 26 December 1801]From Albert Gallatin, 26 December 1801From Albert Gallatin, 26 December 1801From Robert R. Livingston, 26 December 1801From the National Institute of France, 26 December 1801From Albert Gallatin, enclosing Outline of Government Offices, 27 December 1801From Albert Gallatin, 27 December 1801To Adam Lindsay, 27 December 1801From Caesar A. Rodney, 27 December 1801To Oliver Wolcott, Jr., 27 December 1801From William Adamson, 28 December 1801From James Jackson, 28 December 1801From John F. Mercer, 28 December 1801From David Stone, 28 December 1801From James Cheetham, 29 December 1801From Andrew Ellicott, 29 December 1801To Albert Gallatin, 29 December 1801To James Madison, 29 December 1801To James Madison, 29 December 1801From Julian Ursin Niemcewicz, 29 December 1801From Edmund O'Finn, 29 December 1801From Robert Smith, 29 December 1801From John Vaughan, enclosing List of Learned Societies, 29 December 1801From Dr. John Vaughan, 29 December 1801From Henry Voigt, 29 December 1801From Timothy Bourn [before 30] December 1801To William Eustis, 30 December 1801From William Henry Harrison, 30 December 1801From Thomas Oben, 30 December 1801Presentation of the “Mammoth Cheese”Reply to the Danbury Baptist AssociationA Bill for the Relief of Sufferers under Certain Illegal Prosecutions, [1801]From James Dinsmore, 1 January 1802To John Wayles Eppes, 1 January 1802To Thomas Mann Randolph, 1 January 1802From Philip Turner, 1 January 1802From Caspar Wistar, 1 January 1802From “A. B.,” 2 January 1802From Gideon Granger, 2 January 1802From George Jefferson, 2 January 1802To James Oldham, 2 January 1802To Samuel Smith, 2 January 1802From James Taylor, Jr., 2 January 1802From Albert Gallatin, 3 January 1802From David Austin, 4 January 1802From Sarah Blackden, 4 January 1802Conference with Little TurtleFrom Joseph Crockett, 4 January 1802From Louis Desmarets, 4 January 1802To Theodore Foster, 4 January 1802From Gideon Granger, 4 January 1802From Benjamin Henfrey, 4 January 1802From John F. Mercer, 4 January 1802From Louis de Tousard, 4 January 1802From William Goforth, 5 January 1802To Benjamin Henfrey, 5 January 1802To the Senate, 5 January 1802From Samuel R. Demaree, 6 January 1802From the District of Columbia Commissioners, 6 January 1802From Blair McClenachan, 6 January 1802From Thomas Newton, 6 January 1802To the Senate: Interim Appointments, 6 January 1802To the District of Columbia Commissioners, 7 January 1802From William Duane, 7 January 1802To George Jefferson, 7 January 1802To Christopher Smith, 7 January 1802To James Taylor, Jr., 7 January 1802To Antoine Félix Wuibert, 7 January 1802From David Austin, 8 January 1802From James Currie, 8 January 1802From Henry Dearborn, 8 January 1802To George Jefferson, 8 January 1802To James Taylor, Jr., 8 January 1802From Albert Gallatin, 9 January 1802To George Jefferson, 9 January 1802From David Mandeville, 9 January 1802To Samuel A. Otis, 9 January 1802To Thomas Mann Randolph, 9 January 1802From Albert Gallatin, 10 January 1802From John Hughes, 10 January 1802To Edward Savage 10 January 1802To Joseph Yznardi, Sr., 10 January 1802From David Austin, 11 January 1802From Richard Dinmore, 11 January 1802From Henry Esch, 11 January 1802From La Rochefoucauld-Liancourt, 11 January 1802To the Senate and the House of Representatives, 11 January 1802From Isaac Story, 11 January 1802From James Sullivan, 11 January 1802From Benjamin Waterhouse, 11 January 1802To Albert Gallatin, 12 January 1802From John Gardiner, 12 January 1802To the House of Representatives, 12 January 1802, enclosing From James Madison, and Estimate of Expenses, 11 January 1802From Charles Willson Peale, 12 January 1802, enclosing Substance of an Address, [ca. 12 January 1802]To the Senate, 12 January 1802From Albert Gallatin, 13 January 1802From George Jefferson, 13 January 1802To John Vaughan and Charles Willson Peale, 13 January 1802To James Currie, 14 January 1802To George Jefferson, 14 January 1802From George Jefferson, 14 January 1802From George Washington McElroy, 14 January 1802To John Vaughan, 14 January 1802To Benjamin Waterhouse, 14 January 1802To Philip Barraud, 15 January 1802From John James Dufour, 15 January 1802From Lewis Geanty, 15 January 1802To the Georgia Legislature, 15 January 1802From Simon Harris, 15 January 1802To David Mandeville, 15 January 1802From Robert Smith, 15 January 1802From Augustus B. Woodward, 15 January 1802From Joseph Yznardi, Sr., enclosing Invoice for Wine, with Jefferson's Notations, 15 January 1802To Albert Gallatin, 16 January 1802To Kennebec County, Maine, Constitutional Republicans, 16 January 1802To Charles Willson Peale, 16 January 1802To Henry Voigt, 16 January 1802To James Cheetham, 17 January 1802To Martha Jefferson Randolph, 17 January 1802To Hore Browse Trist, 17 January 1802To Pierre Samuel Du Pont de Nemours, 18 January 1802From Allen McLane, 18 January 1802Notes on a Cabinet Meeting, 18 January 1802From James Wilkinson, 18 January 1802From David Austin, 19 January 1802From William Dunnington, 19 January 1802From Robert Smith, 19 January 1802From Jacob Bayley, 20 January 1802From Pierre Samuel Du Pont de Nemours, 20 January 1802From George Jefferson, 20 January 1802From James Madison, [ca. 20 January 1802]From the Mississippi Territory House of Representatives, 20 January 1802To David Austin, 21 January 1802From William C. C. Claiborne, 21 January 1802From Thomas Claxton, 21 January 1802From Josias Wilson King, 21 January 1802From Charles Willson Peale, 21 January 1802From Anna Young, 21 January 1802From Joseph Anthony, 22 January 1802From John Beckley, 22 January 1802From the District of Columbia Commissioners, 22 January 1802To John Wayles Eppes, 22 January 1802From Agnes Jackson, 22 January 1802From William King, 22 January 1802From Hore Browse Trist, 22 January 1802From Thomas Claxton, 23 January 1802From James Dinsmore, 23 January 1802To Lewis Geanty, 23 January 1802From William Short, 23 January 1802From John Cleves Symmes, 23 January 1802From Mary Jefferson Eppes, 24 January 1802From Richard Brent, [25 January 1802]From Ebenezer Elmer, 25 January 1802From Albert Gallatin, [25 January 1802]From Benjamin Hichborn, 25 January 1802From Edward C. Nicholls, 25 January 1802From William Barnwell, 26 January 1802To James Madison and Family, 26 January 1802To Wilson Cary Nicholas, 26 January 1802From Wilson Cary Nicholas, 26 January 1802To Joseph H. Nicholson and Rebecca Nicholson, 26 January 1802From David Stone, 26 January 1802From Richard Willson, 26 January 1802From James Currie, 27 January 1802To Richard Cutts, 27 January 1802From Abraham Du Buc de Marentille, 27 January 1802From Albert Gallatin, 27 January 1802To the Senate and the House of Representatives, 27 January 1802From John Davis, 28 January 1802From Richard Dinmore, 28 January 1802To Levi Lincoln, 28 January 1802From James Lyon, 28 January 1802From David Austin, 29 January 1802To Andrew Ellicott, 29 January 1802From Albert Gallatin, 29 January 1802From Robert Morris, [on or before 29 January 1802]From Benjamin Vaughan, 29 January 1802From Benjamin Waterhouse, 29 January 1802To John Wickham, 29 January 1802From Isaac Briggs, 30 January 1802Charges Against Arthur St. ClairFrom Delamotte, 30 January 1802From Denniston & Cheetham, 30 January 1802From Lafayette, 30 January 1802To William Wardlaw, 30 January 1802From Joseph Yznardi, Sr., 30 January 1802To Matthew Anderson, 31 January 1802From Andrew Ellicott, 31 January 1802To Dwight Foster, 1 February 1802From Benjamin Hawkins, 1 February 1802To the Senate, 1 February 1802From Joseph Wheaton, 1 February 1802From John Wayles Eppes, 2 February 1802From George Jefferson, 2 February 1802From Levi Lincoln, 2 February 1802To Thomas Newton, Jr., 2 February 1802From Samuel Quarrier, 2 February 1802From Samuel Quarrier, 2 February 1802To the Senate and the House of Representatives, 2 February 1802From Robert Smith, 2 February 1802Memorandum from Tench Coxe, 3 February 1802Invoice from William Duane, 3 February 1802To George Jefferson, 3 February 1802To James Monroe, 3 February 1802To Thomas Mann Randolph, 3 February 1802From Albert Gallatin, 4 February 1802From Samuel Morse, 4 February 1802To Anna Young, 4 February 1802To Joseph Yznardi, Sr., 4 February 1802Conference with Black Hoof, 5 February 1802To Aaron Burr, 6 February 1802Philippe Jacques Dahler to Jefferson and Congress, 6 February 1802From James B. Heard, [on or before 6 February 1802]From Thomas Mann Randolph, 6 February 1802From Jacob Wagner, 6 February 1802From Joseph Barnes, 7 February 1802From Lewis DuPré, 7 February 1802From Andrew Ellicott, 7 February 1802From John Guerrant, 7 February 1802From Stephen Sayre, 7 February 1802From Burgess Allison, 8 February 1802From Daniel Carroll, 8 February 1802From the District of Columbia Commissioners, 8 February 1802To the House of Representatives, 8 February 1802From George Jefferson, 8 February 1802To Nathaniel Macon, 8 February 1802To Samuel A. Otis, 8 February 1802From Robert Smith, 8 February 1802From Worsley & Murray, 8 February 1802From Benjamin Smith Barton, 9 February 1802From Catherine Church, 9 February 1802From George Clinton, 9 February 1802To the District of Columbia Commissioners, 9 February 1802From the District of Columbia Commissioners, 9 February 1802From Pierre Samuel Du Pont de Nemours, 9 February 1802From Thomas Eddy, 9 February 1802From Albert Gallatin, 9 February 1802From John Thomson Mason, 9 February 1802To Hore Browse Trist, 9 February 1802To Abraham Baldwin, 10 February 1802From Samuel Quarrier, 10 February 1802To Daniel Carroll, 11 February 1802From Stephen Cathalan, Jr., 11 February 1802Tench Coxe's Reflections on Cotton, 11 February 1802From Manasseh Cutler, [11 February 1802]From the District of Columbia Commissioners, 11 February 1802To James Oldham, 11 February 1802From Henry Voigt, 11 February 1802From David Campbell, 12 February 1802From James Dinsmore, 12 February 1802From Albert Gallatin, 12 February 1802From James Monroe, 12 February 1802From Thomas Newton, 12 February 1802From Joseph Yznardi, Sr., 12 February 1802From Horatio Gates, 13 February 1802From George Jefferson, 13 February 1802From Levi Lincoln, 13 February 1802From James Monroe, 13 February 1802From Samuel Quarrier, 13 February 1802From Arthur St. Clair, 13 February 1802From Andrew Ellicott, 14 February 1802From “A Federalist Democrat,” 14 [February 1802]To George Hay, 14 February 1802From David Lummis, 15 February 1802From Philadelphia Merchants and Traders, [before 16 February 1802]From Albert Gallatin, 16 February 1802To the Senate and the House of Representatives, 16 February 1802, enclosing From James Madison, 16 February 1802 and Albert Gallatin to James Madison, 30 January 1802From Louis Thomas Villaret de Joyeuse, [16 February 1802]From Tench Coxe, 17 February 1802From Nicholas Reib, 17 February 1802To the Senate and the House of Representatives, 17 February 1802From Robert Smith, 17 February 1802Circular to Naval Commanders, 18 February 1802From Thomas Newton, 18 February 1802To the Senate, 18 February 1802To the Senate and the House of Representatives, 18 February 1802To Nicolas Gouin Dufief, 19 February 1802From John Murray Forbes, 19 February 1802From George Hay, 19 February 1802From William Barton, 20 February 1802From Pierre Samuel Du Pont de Nemours, 20 February 1802To John Page, 20 February 1802From Robert Smith, 20 February 1802From John Dawson, 21 February 1802From Pierre Samuel Du Pont de Nemours, 21 February 1802From Lewis May, 21 February 1802To Thomas Mann Randolph, 21 February 1802From John Coburn, 22 February 1802From Tench Coxe, 22 February 1802From John Drayton, 22 February 1802From Lyman Spalding, 22 February 1802To Albert Gallatin, 23 February 1802To Albert Gallatin, with Gallatin's Reply, [23 February 1802]From Moses Myers, 23 February 1802To Andrew Ellicott, 24 February 1802To Albert Gallatin, with Gallatin's Reply, [on or before 24 February 1802]To George Hay, 24 February 1802To the Senate and the House of Representatives, 24 February 1802To Seneca, Onondaga, Cayuga, and Munsee Indians, with Henry Dearborn, 24 February 1802From Maria Cosway, 25 February 1802, enclosing Proposal to Publish Etchings of Pictures in the Louvre, 1 February 1802From Albert Gallatin, 25 February 1802From James Madison, 2[5] February 1802To the Senate and the House of Representatives, 25 February 1802From “A——X,” [26 February 1802]From Anthony Campbell, 26 February 1802To James Madison, with Madison's Reply, 26 February 1802From Samuel Morse, 26 February 1802From Anne Cary Randolph, 26 February 1802From Ellen Wayles Randolph, [ca. 26 February 1802]From Thomas Jefferson Randolph, [ca. 26 February 1802]To the Senate and the House of Representatives, 26 February 1802From Charles Peale Polk, 28 February 1802 [i.e. ca. 27 February 1802]From Thomas Ballendine, 28 February 1802To William R. Davie, 28 February 1802From Thomas T. Davis, 28 February 1802To James Monroe, 28 February 1802To Thomas Mann Randolph, 28 February 1802From Tench Coxe, 1 March 1802From Edward Savage, 1 March 1802To the Senate and the House of Representatives, 1 March 1802From Robert Smith, 1 March 1802From Robert Eastburn, 2 March 1802Statement of Medical Services by Edward Gantt, 2 March 1802From James Hardy, 2 March 1802To the Mississippi Territory General Assembly, 2 March 1802From Samuel Morse, 2 March 1802To Thomas Newton, 2 March 1802To John Wayles Eppes, 3 March 1802To Mary Jefferson Eppes, 3 March 1802From George Hay, 3 March 1802From “Thomas Khronyngler,” 3 March 1802