Thomas Jefferson Papers (DLC)

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I send you Pickerings review. You will see that the violence of his political antipathies instead of yielding in the course of nature to the influence of time & retirement has increased with his years. I fear there is too much reason to believe, that his individual case furnishes ^a^ correct criterion, by which to test the temper of his party, & to estimate the probable consequences of... Continue Reading
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Recipient: Thomas Jefferson
When I had the pleasure of visiting Monticello, you enquired of me respecting Mr. Clintons agency in our internal improvements. From present appearances our State is likely to be once more (& I trust for the last time) to be severely agitated on his account & I am desirous that you should have a just view of the matter to which your enquiry related. The Supplement to the accompanying... Continue Reading
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Your very interesting letter of the 29th. arrived in my absence, or its receipt and the honour you have done me by it, would have been sooner acknowlgd. I have read it with the greatest interest and satisfaction, & will in proper time see that it is applied to its proper use. My first impression was, to ask your permission to promulgate in some proper form, the falsity and malignity of the... Continue Reading
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Recipient: Thomas Jefferson