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Mr. Silvester presents his most respectful compliments to the Vice President and acknowledges the receipt of his kind Invitation to dine with him on Fryday next But begs he would be so kind as to excuse him as Silvester is holding himself ready to return home as soon as he can consistantly after Thursday next— MHi : Adams-Hull Collection.
Mr. Burke presents his Compliments to the Vice=President and is sorry he cannot do himself the honor of dining with him, having been previously engaged— MHi : Adams-Hull Collection.
Mr. Clymer’s respectful compliments to the Vice president is sorry he cannot have the honor of dining with him on Thursday being engaged on that day— MHi : Adams-Hull Collection.
the early Friendship of our Youth, (which I am convinced will in your Mind apologize for the freedom I now presume to take), has induced me to address you on a Subject very interesting to the Prosperity & future Weal of the Country in which I reside—the Death of Judge Varnum, renders another Appointment necessary, many Candidates will doubtless present themselves, and it would be deemed...
Such Gentlemen of the Honl. Senate as would wish to be present at the exhibition of Fireworks to be displayed this evening, will find room within the railing of the Bowling Green, for their reception by / their most obedient / Humble Servant MHi : Adams Papers.
We had the pleasure of waiting on you in May & in Octr. As Pr: informing you by the latter of your good luck of your number 995. of the Obligato. of 4 per Ct. whch. had a price drawn of ƒ1000: —one thousand Guilds. among those drawn Last Year conform the agreemt. whch Should be at your disposal by Sending us a Receipt for the Same. tho’ we Continue Without any of your esteemed favors, we...
At the time you embark’d from America for Europe, on board the Boston Frigate Samuel Tucker Esquire Commander; I had the honour to be A Naval Lieutenant. Advanced in Life—steady in the public service—together with my Children, at present I find myself Embarrased with a large Family, and if my Conduct during your Excellencys observation of it, Was such as to induce Approbation, earnestly desire...
I received your kind favours of the 19 & 22 of April. the printers were very obliging in taking particular care to supply me daily with the paper’s by which I learnt the arrival and Reception of the Pressident, & vice Pressident. if I thought I could compliment in so courtly and masterly a stile, I would say that the address to the Senate was exactly what it ought to be, neither giving too...
A Stranger presumes most Respectfully to submit, the inclosed, to your Excellencies perusal and Patronage; they contain Facts, and he can for Information Concerning his Charactor, Exclusive of the Honorable Certificate, Appeal to Colonel Smith; (with whom he had the Honor to serve) for his early integrity in the American Cause. When divesting himself of all Views and Prospects which he might...
I am commanded by the House of Representatives to bring to the Senate the proceedings of the House on a resolution of the Senate of the 27th of April: Also, to communicate to the Senate the appointment of the Reverend William Lynn, D. D. to be one of the Chaplains to Congress, agreeably to the resolves of the 15th of April. Printed Source--Senate Journal.