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On Saturday Mr Van Vechtnen Advised me that no Notice had been given by Mr Ogden to Jacob R Van Rensselaer that Special bail had been filed in the Suit of John R. V. Rensselaer Against Stephen Schuyler & Henry J V Rensselaer. in Conformity to Mr Ogdens directions to My Brother, I became Special Bail, and immediately Advised Mr Ogden thereof and that the bail price was filed. on Saturday last,...
We all arrived in good health at two O’Clock yesterday afternoon, the passage would have been perfectly agreable had It not been alloyed by the reflection that we had parted from friends so dear to us. I hope My beloved Eliza is in better health than when we left her, perswaded that a change of air would benefit her we entreat her to come up as Speedily as possible, and to bring at least the...
Albany, June 11, 1799. “In the papers which Accompany this I have pointed out three modes of wording in Cypher by aid of the copy of Entecks dictionary, but as the copiest has not marked properly the directions for finding a word … It would be best to have two new copies.…” ALS , MS Division, New York Public Library. For background to this letter, see Rufus King to H, October 20, 1798 ;...
Your favor of the 13th Instant with the plan of your intended house was delivered me on Thursday last that of the 18th by the mail I received yesterday. I have deliverd Mr Putnam the builder the plan and a paper of which you have a copy on the other side, and Expect his answer to morrow. If the house is boarded on the out side, and then Clap boards put on, and fitted in the inside with brick I...
I had the pleasure at Seven this morning to embrace my Dear Grand Children who with the Maids arrived in good health. A young woman was taken Ill on board supposed occasioned by being frightened, at seeing a coffin which passed the Sloop in a boat, the captain had the precaution immediately to put her on shore, a few Miles below this, and she is come to town, and has not the yellow fever. Such...
Yesterday I met with Mr. Isaac Ogden at the Liut Governors, who Informed me that Mr Samual Shoemaker now residing at or near Philadelphia, had declared to him Mr. Ogden that he had seen a letter from Mr Jefferson to Mr. William Smith written during the late war, in which Mr Jefferson intreated Mr. Smith to make his Mr Jeffersons peace with the british Commander in chief. As Mr Smith was in the...
I shall not fail to call the attention of the senate to the insecure state of the port of New York and to detail the distressing consequences which must result should the Metropolis be laid under contribution, be conflagreated, or possessed by a hostile foreign power: but I apprehend nothing more will be done than Authorizing the Governor to take measures for Its security, If a war with some...
The Governor left this on the day of the date of your letter covering one for him —which as it is now useless I do not return to you. I am so much in disposed that I apprehend I shall not be able to attend Congress at the opening of the session, If it all. In the present posture of our affairs, France seems to have left us no Alternative but a mean and Ignominous submission to her despotic...
Albany, July 15, 1799. Acknowledges Hamilton’s letter of “the 9th Instant.” Lists the amounts of fuel and other supplies “for which a compensation, in money was allowed, to the British troops, in the barracks, and when quartered on the Inhabitants in this city, Schenectady, and the vicinity.” Recommends Joseph Herkimer and Jacob Mancius as subalterns. ALS , Hamilton Papers, Library of...
I took my leave of the senate on friday, And as Mr. Abm. V. Vechten has consented to be nominated a candidate for a seat in senate and will probably be Elected, I am more at ease than I should have been, If a less able man than he had been proposed, for Spencer, Gold and Tillotson have already combined to divest Mr. Jones of his seal under pretence that the comptroller ought not to be of the...