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To William Waller Hening, January 14th
Collection of Virginia laws.
ment against Alston,
Political falsehoods work their own cure-Opposed to limita-
in relation to volunteers-Attack on Spanish possessions hinted
-Method of organizing troops.
produce personal disagreement with Monroe-Jefferson's opin-
Monroe governorship of New Orleans,
tice-War of commercial restrictions suggested— Injustice and
capture of Burr-Burr's trial at Richmond.
Burr's cause their own-Complaints against action of adminis-
error in our Constitution-Personal feelings as regards Burr.
Responsibility for the conduct of belligerents on American
ence that Jefferson should continue in office-Some men of
Never more than one or two personal enemies.
arrival of Wilkinson.
expedition-Steadfastness of people — Gifts to Madame de
Original error in making the judiciary independent-Opinion
of U. S. marshal.
civil government-What books to read on government—The
slander is its real author.
Massachusetts-Closer relations between the state and national
Federalists completely vanquished—Proposed northern tour.
of Pike's conduct.
- Approves of conduct of governor.
conduct of British ships-Outline of proclamation.
hourly possible — Desires Secretary's presence New York
Gross English insult-Principles influencing government.