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This Indenture this seventeenth day of May in the year one thousand eight hundred and thirteen Between Philip Mazzie a Citizen of Virginia now residing in Pisa in Italy of the one part and Thomas Taylor of the City of Richmond and Commonwealth of Virginia of the other part Witnesseth: that the said Philip Mazzie for and in consideration of the sum of six thousand five hundred dollars to him in...
Immediately upon my receipt of your request to execute a deed to for M r Mazzei’s property in Richmond , I announced my readiness to sign any instrument, which you might forward to me. Not having heard from you since, I suspect, that my letter has miscarried, and now therefore repeat it. I am reached here sooner l with letters by the way of Alexandria , than through any other channel of...
I am greatly indebted to you for your prompt and efficient relief in the difficulty, which I had no reason to expect. As soon as I see my son in law Thomas Preston, whom I presume to be now in Baltimore, I shall move on to the medicinal springs either in Berkeley or Bath county. I scarcely see a man, who does not feel himself elated with the hope, that Rodgers’s pursuit of the Jamaica fleet...
Having removed hither to pass the fall and winter under the roof of my daughter Taylor, I did not receive your late letter until yesterday. If the analogy between the case at Philadelphia, and the more recent one at Washington, be strong enough to merit the application of it, with the following clue, a second search at the Treasury may perhaps succeed. Giles’s resolutions had been defeated,...
Without one feeling, left of the character of a partizan, but still living to friendship, a man, whose hand is known to Mr. Madison, asks him, whether he recollects, or ever heard, that after Colo. Hamilton, had been severely pressed for a supposed misappropriation of the money, devoted by law to special purposes, he, Colo H, produced a letter, authorizing it, signed by President Washington,...
This is the first letter, which I have written, since my convalescence after the dreadful attack from a hemiplegia, with which by a kind of sympathy with my poor wife, I was afflicted in a few weeks from her death. It happily affected no faculty of my mind, and has not taken away the sanguine hope, that altho’ I require in rough ground the aid of a crutch, I may be restored to the free use of...
Mr. Thomas L. Preston, my son in law, being Edmonia’s husband, purposes to visit Washington. I take the opportunity of renewing to you by him my perfect assurances of being ever Your affectionate friend RC ( DLC ). Thomas L. Preston (d. 1812) represented Rockbridge County in the Virginia House of Delegates, 1806–11 (Richmond Enquirer , 18 Aug. 1812; Swem and Williams, Register Earl G. Swem and...