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Permit me the liberty to return to you, my sincere thanks, for your generosity, in restoreing me to my family, friends, and liberty, which took place yesterday afternoon, rest assured, Sir, that the favor is not thrown away [up]on an unworthy object, but granted to one who will ever endeavour to merit it. With Sincere Respect and Esteem I remain Sir, your most hunle Servt DLC : Papers of...
I have this moment received a letter from the Hon Mr. Granger, who requests that I should send to your Excellency, a copy of the Judgment issued by the Circuit Federal Court against me; and which Mr. Granger thinks, It is expectable that a pardon in my favour will immediately be issued; Annexed is a copy of my sentence, as delivered to the Keeper of the State Prison. I am Sir, with Respect,...
To His Excellency Thomas Jefferson Esqr. President of the United States Humbly shews Richard Quince Hoskins of Boston in the district of Massachusetts late chief Clerk in the Boston department of the General post Office, that he stands convicted of embezzling a letter containing money as will appear by the records of the Circuit Court transmitted with a former petition to your Excellency by...
The petition of Richard Quince Hoskins of Boston in the County of Suffolk, and Commonwealth of Massachusetts humbly sheweth. That your petitioner is now suffering as a prisoner in the States Prison in Charlestown, under a sentence of the Circuit Court of this District, on a charge of embezzling, & secreting a letter from the Post Office in said Boston, which sentence now directs (your...
The Petition of Richard Quince Hoskins of Boston, in the County of Suffolk, and Commonwealth of Massachusetts, Humbly sheweth: That your petitioner was tried at the Circuit Court of this District in June term 1805, on a charge of embezzling, and secreting a letter from the Post Office in said Boston, and found guilty of the same, but owing to an action in arrest of judgment filed by the...
The Petition of Richard Quince Hoskins of Boston in the County of Suffolk and Commonwealth of Massachusetts humbly sheweth—That your petitioner is now suffering as a Prisoner in the Goal in Boston aforesaid under a Sentence of the Circuit Court of this District on a charge of embezzling & secreting a Letter from the Post Office in said Boston, and which Sentence directs that He be confined to...