John B. Church to Tench Coxe2
Albany Augt. 19: 1797
I imagine this Letter will find you return’d to Philadelphia. I am much disappointed and regret that I was obliged to quit New York before I received an Account of your having arranged with Mr. Anthony3 the Division of the Lands. I have received a Letter from him that he fears he shall not be able to effect it with you, and that I must repair to Philadelphia in Person to procure a Settlement; I hope you will be so good as to complete this Business immediately with him and spare me the Trouble of a Journey there which would at present be exceedingly inconvenient to me and as I hope that by this Time every Obstacle to a Settlement is removed I flatter myself you will not put me to the Trouble of a Journey which I should take with regret. I am very respectfully Sir Your mo: obedt hum Servt.
J B Church
I shall return to N York in a few Days, and hope to receive an Acot of the Settlement of this Business.
Tench Coxe Exqr.
2. ALS, Papers of Tench Coxe in the Coxe Family Papers at the Historical Society of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia.
3. Joseph Anthony.