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The Jeffersonian cyclopedia;

a comprehensive collection of the views of Thomas Jefferson classified and arranged in alphabetical order under nine thousand titles relating to government, politics, law, education, political economy, finance, science, art, literature, religious freedom, morals, etc.;
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1063. CALLENDER (J. T.), Federalists and.—

I enclose you a paper which shows the
tories mean to pervert these charities to Callender
as much as they can. They will probably
first represent me as the patron and support of
the “Prospect Before Us,” and other things of
Callender's; and then picking out all the scurrilities
of the author against General Washington,
Mr. Adams, and others, impute them to me. i,
as well as most other republicans who were in
the way of doing it, contributed what I could
afford to the support of the republican papers
and printers, paid sums of money for The Bee, the Albany Register, &c., when they were staggering
under the Sedition law; contributed to
the fines of Callender himself, of Holt, Brown
and others, suffering under that law. I discharged,
when I came into office, such as were
under the persecution of our enemies, without
instituting any prosecutions in retaliation.
They may, therefore, with the same justice,
impute to me, or to every republican contributor,
everything which was ever published in


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those papers, or by those persons.—
To James Monroe. Washington ed. iv, 447. Ford ed., viii, 167.
(W. 1802)