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Agreeable to the direction of the Legislature I have the honor to transmit your Excellency one set of the Maps of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, for your own use. I have delivered them to the care of the honorable Mr Varnum.— I have the honor to be Your Excellency’s most obedient & very humble Servant RC ( DLC ); at foot of text: “His Excellency Thomas Jefferson Esqr Presidt of the United...
We the under Signd did on or about the 30th of October last pay into the Treasury of the United States thirty four Dollars for the obtainment of a Patent right of a Machine for Cuting and Heading Nales and likewise the moddle and drawings requisit in Such Casses With an asureance from the Seccretary of a Patent if attainable delivered at the Post office in Norwich (Connecticut) in a Short time...
Letter not found: from John Avery, 2 Oct. 1799. On 13 Oct. GW wrote Avery : “I have received your letter of the 2d instant.” Avery’s letter of 13 Oct. is printed as a note to GW’s letter to Avery of 25 September .
Letter not found: from John Avery, 2 Sept. 1799. On 25 Sept. GW wrote Avery : “Your letter of the 2d instt came duly to hand.”
In answer to your Excellencys Letter of the 23d Ultimo to the President of the Council of this State, I am to acquaint you that abt 2000 Blanketts arrived lately in one of our prizes, which were, previous to the reception of your Excellencys Letter, appropriated & disposed of to the Continentall Troops, destined for Ticonderogo & the Army at the southward; it is therefore at present not in the...
Your kind favor of the 10th. Feby. Ultimo have received and agreeable to your Request have communicated the Resignation of your Office as Judge of the superiour Court; but whether the Hon’ble Board will accept of it ’till they shall have the Pleasure of seeing you, is to me very uncertain; Tho its my Opinion that it will take some Time to fill up the Vacancy with a Gentleman of your Merrit and...
1767 Dr. Jan. 30 To Isaac Gardner Esqr. for boarding Jno. Shattuck and wife 3 days to two mens watching and Attendance 18 Feby. To 2 days spent upon said Shattuck account 8 To 1 Day Ditto 3 6 To Deacon Ebenr. Davis for supplying to said Shattuck family 5 8 To keeping said Shattuck’s horse 18 days 7 8 To cash to said Shattuck’s wife 6