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The Works of Thomas Jefferson
by Thomas Jefferson
Binding: Hardcover
Publisher: Library Reprints
Weight: 39.4 pound
Dimension: H: 12.8 x L: 17.9 x W: 12.8 inches
ISBN 10: 0722242298
ISBN 13: 9780722242292
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Purchase of this book includes free trial access to www.million where you can read more than a million books for free. This is an OCR edition with typos. Excerpt from book: the surest kind, and all the proceedings well grounded. In particular, if an arrest, as is probable, be the first step, it should be so managed as to leave room neither for escape nor rescue. It should be attended with every mark of respect, consistent with safe custody, and his confinement as mild and comfortable also, as that would permit. These are the distinctions to which a Consul is entitled, that is to say,. of a particular decorum of deportment towards him, indicative of respect to the sovereign whose officer he is. The President also desires you will immediately obtain the best evidence it shall be in your power to procure, under oath or affirmation, of the transaction stated in your letter, and that in this, you consider yourself as acting as much on behalf of M. du Plaine as the public, the candid truth of the case being exactly that which is desired, as it may be the foundation of an act, the justice of which should be beyond all question. This evidence I shall be glad to receive within as few days, or even hours, of delay as possible. I am also instructed to ask the favor of you to communicate copies of any memorials, representations or other written correspondence which may have passed between the Governor and yourself, with respect to the privateers and prizes which have been the subject of your letters to mr. Lear. TO THOMAS MANN RANDOLPH j. Mss. Philadelphia, September 2, 1793. Dear Sir, I wrote to you on the 26th ult., since which I have received yours of the i4th ult. Maria is well, and is with me on the Schuylkill. A malignant fever has been generated in the filth of the docks of Philadelphia which has given great alarm. It is considerably infectious. At ist 3. out of 4. died, at present not more than one out of three. Several days ago (my lat...

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