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As we are well assured You take pleasure in distinguishing Merit where ever it is found. We beg leave to recommend to Your notice a Person not altogether unworthy of it[.] If we may Judge from the diligence & Fidelity he has shewn in a low Station we may still expect he will support his Characture in a higher where he will meet with frequenter Opportunities to exert himself & do Justice to Our...
They Sirwayrs is to be [here] to serway your Land soon and will want there cash which I have not for them. You may send it by Mr Harrison seald up in a Letter to me half Joes or Pensilvania mony will sute best for them. I beleve no Person interfares with you—I shall have the hole Runout before the Sirwayr coms on the spot I have bin unwell or I would have had it don befor now I shall have that...
Cherishing an anxious sollicitude that the welfare of our country, and your reputation should rest on the same permanent basis I take the liberty of submitting a few observations to your consideration. Communications from members of the state legislature of Penna. and information variously derived elsewhere compells me to believe that any peace concluded with Britain short of the cession of...
I Received yours of the 6th of Decmr I Should have had your Land Run out at the Great medows but Mr McClain is not com up from his fathers as yeat but is to be up in a few days and I will have it don and Send you a Draft of the hole by the first oppertunity I would have had it done as soon as I cam up but he co[u]ld not do it before he went to Philedephia As to Craughans Claim of the Land near...
I am lately come from divine Service, if I may be allowed the Expression, performd by the Revd. Mr. Cushing, whom you’re not unaquainted with. He has fill’d my head brimfull, of Portions of Sentences, concerning the spirituall and natural man. If what Mr. Locke says be true, that an intent fixedness on any particular object, will cause an alienation of the rational Faculties, I am under no...
I Should have bin Glad to have the honour of being with you at new York, but I am Doutfull we Shall be envolved in an Endien War to the Westward, as the Shawnees and Dallowas Seem in Dout and from the Last Accounts from Fortpitt had not meet our people (Do[c]ter Walker and the Comisioners) [w]ho was Sent to treet with them from this Government. I Should have com to new York with those Reget...
Som time ago I wrote you relative to your round bottom Tract of Land. I can never find out what has bin don about it wheather Thomas Lewis has returnd it or not. If you can give me any Direction About it I will do any thing in my Power for you, the survay Aught to be returnd to the Office if it has not bin returnd This I will have don if it has not bin returnd, as I can have it don Emeditly. I...
Som time Last Summer I wrot you in regard to my being Left out of the Virga Line as it put it out of my Power to Serve as an Officer with the Continantall Army with my proper rank but I do not know wheather my Letter cam to your hands or not. when General McIntosh went to head Quarters this Spring he told me he would Aquint you with my case, General McIntosh give me for answear that I must...
It has not bin in my Power Since your Letter cam to my hand requesting me to Run the Land Over again at the round bottom I am now agoing to Set out for our new Expedition and taking my Instrements with me and Shall Comply with you in Each Article as far as is in my Power. I have I beleve as much Land Lying on the Litle Kanhaway as will mak up your ⟨qu⟩antity you want that I intended to Lay ⟨...
Much uncertainty respecting the propriety of the step I am now about to take, has agitated my mind, since the rising of the court appointed to try Genl. Wilkinson which ceased on information received yesterday—that upon Saturday last their proceedings had not been laid before you. Duty to the public—Justice to Genl. Wilkinson & respect for you prevail, & impell me to lay one fact, among many...