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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...
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
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...
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...