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At the Request of General Washington I commit to your Care the enclosed Letter for M rs. M c. Cauly Graham which I have received from him—the Vessel that carries this is preparing to sail—You shall hear from me again by Cap t. Coupar— I am D r Sir / Your Friend & Serv t.
D r Jeffries respectful compliments to his Excellency M r Adams, & does himself the honour to present him with a Narrative of his Aerial Voyages, which if they in any degree should meet his approbation or for a few minutes divert him, will make him very happy.
Mr Cutting presents his respectful compliments to Mr Adams, with an Extract or two from a short letter just received by him. Mr C. wou’d have brought the letter himself, to Grosvenor Square immediately, but the books mention’d in it require the letter as an order for their delivery, in the City, where he expects to find them this afternoon if the Harmony Capt Willet be arrived. MHi : Adams Papers.
M r. Jenks’s Compliments to his Excellency thanks him for his Politeness will do himself the honor of waiting upon him on Sunday—
In obedience to Your Excellency, I have made farther enquirey respecting the American East India Ship Hydra, and have learned from Mr: Robinson, Agent in Gould Square Crutched Friars; that the Owner lives upon Rhoad Island in North America, his name is Charles Champlin. It also appears by the Books at the Exchange Insurance office, that in March 1786, Mr: James Wilkinson of Abchurch Lane...
Your Excellency is hereby advised of my second Draught from hence in favor of Mess rs: Etienne Drouilhet & C o. of Madrid Bankers—for £300 Stg. of this date, double Usance.—We sail with the first fair Weather to my last plan of Destination.— With due Deference / I am your Excellency’s / humble servant N o. 5.
RESOLVED that a Committee of two members from the Senate, and three members from the House of Representatives, to be Appointed by the Houses respectively, wait on the Vice-President of the United States, as soon as he shall come to this city, and in the name of the Congress of the United States,—Congratulate him on his Arrival. Thursday the 16th. of April. The Committee Appointed on the part...
On motion, Ordered that Mr. Gilman, Mr. Ames, and Mr. Gale, be a Committee in conjunction with a Committee of the Senate, to wait on the Vice-President of the United States, upon his arrival in this City, and to congratulate him thereupon, in the name of the Congress of the United States. Extract from the Journal, MHi : Adams Papers.
Received of John Adams Esq. of Thomas McKean Esq of Pensylvania the Sum of Thirty Five Guineas on Account, for which another Receipt of the same Server & Date herewith is given 35 Guineas DLC : Personal Papers—Miscellaneous.
I have the honor to transmit to you the information of your being elected to the office of Vice-President of the United States of America. Permit me, Sir, to hope, that you will soon safely arrive here to take upon you the discharge of the important duties, to which you are so honorably called by the Voice of your country. I am, sir, with sentiments / of respect, your obedient / humble...