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The office of one of the Judges of the Mississippi Territory being still vacant by the refusal of Mr Obadiah Jones to accept an appointment thereto, We take the liberty to recommend Mr. George Mathews junior of our state as a gentleman qualified in our opinions to fill the same— DNA : RG 59—LAR—Letters of Application and Recommendation.
Understanding that the office of a Judge for the Mississippi Territory is vacant & will probably be filled during the present session of Congress—We take the liberty to recommend Mr. Obadiah Jones of Georgia as a gentleman whom we consider well qualified for that station— We have the honor to be Your Obt. Servts— DNA : RG 59—LAR—Letters of Application and Recommendation.
We herewith transmit a copy of a concurred resolution, which on the sixth of last month unanimously passed both branches of the Legislature of the State, we have the honor to represent. We are respectfully. Your Obt. Svts. DLC : Papers of Thomas Jefferson.
Mr Mansfield informed me several weeks ago that he should avail himself of your obliging offer by forwarding to your address a box containing fifteen copies of his Mathematical work. The delay is so much longer than I expected, that there is reason to apprehend they will not reach us. I shall write him on the subject tomorrow RC ( MHi ); addressed: “The President of the United States”;...
Abr Baldwin presents his respects to the President of the United States. I have consulted Genl. Merriwether on the subject of your note of yesterday : the persons recommended by Genl Jackson to be commissioners of Bankruptcy for Savannah are not particularly known to us: Mr Bullock has been Attorney General of the State, and Mr Williamson has been member of the General Assembly, we know of no...
Agreeably to your request I have consulted my colleague and the Representatives respecting recommending two persons to be Commissioners of Bankruptcy we have concluded to recommend Robert Walker and George Watkins of Augusta RC ( DNA : RG 59, LAR ); addressed: “Thomas Jefferson President of the United States”; endorsed by TJ as a letter of 1 Mch. received 28 Feb. and recorded in SJL as a...
5 January 1805, Washington. “Mr Henry Hill informs me he has made application for the appointment of Consul at Havannah and wishes to obtain such testimonials as are within his power to accompany his application. He is introduced to me by Mr Dennis a respectable merchant of Savannah now in Philadelphia in whom I have great confidence. I take the liberty to inclose his letter. Mr Hill and...
It is most probable W Hobby is the author of the piece , he lives at that place and is supposed to write much for the Herald. In my former letter on that subject , I suggested there might be some foundation for such remarks, that I considered the question clearly confined to the three, of these, two had been reputed ancient whigs but modern tories, the other a uniform modern whig but not...
Abr Baldwin presents his Respects to the President of the United States He incloses the essays signed Regulus by Judge Nimmo alluded to in the letter of his friend J. Mansfield Jany. 20th 1807 [ Note in an unidentified hand on a separate piece of paper ]: Mr Matthew Nimmo, implecated in the enclosed papers is the author of much Calumny about Mr Smith, & is an applicant for an Office under the...
By the treaty between the United States and the Creek Indians at New York in the year 1790 the County of Tallisee, on the frontier of the State of Georgia, was ceded to the Creek Indians, as the only condition on which a treaty could be effected; this measure occasioned great uneasiness and alarm to the citizens of that State, both on account of the principle on which it was founded, and the...