Th:J. to Sp. H. R. on Sinking fund.
TJ wrote this entry on same line as following entry. See source note of following entry.
do. [Th:J. to] Senate
TJ wrote this entry on same line as preceding entry.
Th:J. to G.W. on Cointeraux letter.
Nomination of Benjamin Joy to Calcutta and other ports.
G.W. to Th:J. on Cary's selection of papers for publicn
Note by TJ at foot of text: "[John] Cary [Carey] was permitted to make from the Secretary of state's office a selection of state papers for publication particularly those of the commander in chief, and of the Generals commanding in separate departments. He submitted his selection to me to see if it contained any thing which ought not to be published. I marked a very few passages and stated them to the President. the above is his answer."
Carondelet's speech to the Cherokees.
Enclosed in Josef Ignacio de Viar and Josef de Jaudenes to TJ, 25 May 1792 [i.e., 1793], PTJ 26:118-120 (http://founders.archives.gov/documents/Jefferson/01-26-02-0111).
Report on de Neufville's petn
Th:J. to G.W. copper for Mint from Sweden.
draught of Message to Congr. on Chuckamogga aggressions.
Opn as to defect of law on crimes commd in forn. countries.
Clause for act on that subject. [crimes commd in forn. countries]
E.R.'s opn thereon. [crimes commd in forn. countries]
draught of a bill for redeeming debt.
thoughts on bankrupt bill.
notes on our affairs with the Northern Indians. conversn with Hammond on do.
See following four entries.
Conversns with the Pres. on French affairs.
TJ wrote this and Entry 317 on the same line.
[Conversns with the Pres.] on the legitimacy of govmt.
TJ wrote this and Entry 316 on the same line.
G.W. to Th:J. approbn of procurg. copper from Sweden.
do. [G.W. to Th:J.] on lre to Pinckney.
do. [G.W. to Th:J.] on paying monies to France.