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To the Secretary of the Treasury, April 3d

Temporary loan-Louisiana boundary.

To the United States Minister to Spain, April 27th.

Regret over not meeting—Relations with Spain.

X To Dr. George Logan, May 11th

Poem on slavery–Necessity for guarded conduct-Schism in

Pennsylvania-War with Federalism.

To James Sullivan, May 21st

Massachusetts politics-Political abuse-Attitude toward

Sullivan.

To the Secretary of the Treasury, May 29th

Act concerning New Orleans-Public finances-Orleans

revenue-Map of Indians.

To John Daly Burke, June ist.

Laws of Virginia–Virginia newspapers.

To Thomas Paine, June 5th

Farm of-Open air room-France and St. Domingo-News-

paper paragraphs--European news.

Notes on Armed Vessels, July 4th

Notes on Jefferson's Conduct during the Invasion of

Virginia, August

To the Secretary of State, August 4th

Mrs. Madison-Spanish affairs-Proposed treaty with Great

Britain-Black convicts.

To the Secretary of the Treasury, August 7th .

Termination of Spanish negotiation-Future course.

To the Secretary of State, August 25th

Letter from Turreau—Treachery of France and necessity of

friendship with Great Britain-Need of rain.

To the Secretary of State, August 27th

Bonaparte's orders— Treaty with Great Britain-Private

affairs.

To the Secretary of State, September 16th

Boundaries of Louisiana-Action of France-Alliance with

Great Britain-Private news—Pinckney's return.

To the Secretary of State, October 11th

Alliance with Great Britain-Dismissal of Spanish agents-

Instruction of Bowdoin-Insurance companies.

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Pinkney-Mercer's and Randolph's secessions—Republican

strength — Monroe's course – Offer of governorship — Fox-
British policy- Leander incident-Claim to Gulf Stream.

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To Samuel Smith, May 4th

Wilkinson's appointment-Union of civil and military.

To Jacob Crowninshield, May 13th

Leander incident-Navy-Proclamation-British negotiation.

To the Secretary of State, May 23d .

Return of Armstrong-Letter to Tripoli-Rains.

To the Secretary of the Treasury, June 15th

Lafayette's grant-Harbor police.

To the Secretary of the Treasury, June 19th

Supplying of ships of war.

To Levi Lincoln, June 25th

Gerry and Heath's refusal of appointments-Negotiation

with Great Britain-Spain and France-Appointment of

marshal.

To the Secretary of the Treasury, June 26th

Right of citizenship and of expatriation.

To Thomas Mann Randolph, July 13th

Quarrel of T. M. Randolph with John Randolph.

To the United States Minister to Spain, July 26th

Misunderstanding between Bowdoin and Armstrong.

To the Secretary of State, August 8th

Mellimenni-St. Thomas—Spanish fugitive-British fort at

Carleton-New York marshal-Personal movements.

To the Secretary of the Treasury, August 15th.

Trial of Smith and Ogden-Appointments-Drought.

To the Secretary of the Treasury, August 16th .

Rule of Pardons.

To the Secretary of the Treasury, August 28th.

Appointments-Florida negotiation-Use of public ships for

private advantage.

To the Secretary of the Treasury, August 31st .

Louisiana commissioners—Western roads.

To Joseph Hamilton Daveiss, September 12th .

Acknowledging letters concerning Burr.

To W. A. Burwell, September 17th

Decrees—Notes on relations with Spain.

To George Morgan, September 19th

Information of Burr's movements.

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