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Not a smile was seen—Nor a sound heard of joy Tho’ the day was to Gratitude vow’d The brightness of pleasure that ne’er knew alloy Had been dimm’d like the Sun by a cloud The day that a Nation first gave to the world And millions of Freemen—Now blest In its oft welcom’d Course—Saw no banner unfurl’d Save what proud exultation exprest With hearts high in hopes & with Gratitude fill’d The bright...
Mr. Johnson presents his respectful Complimts. to Mr. Adams, & encloses for Mr. Adams perusal two letters received by him this morn’g from New Orleans recommending certain gentlemen therein named for the places of Naval Officer & Inspector of the Customs of that Port, which have recently become vacant by the death & resignation of the late incumbents. Of their suitableness for the offices in...
By the death of Mr. Gurley, who filled the place of Commissioner of the land Office in this Territory that situation has become vacant. As it is within the immediate gift of the Genl. Government, & understanding that applications for vacant situations when sought after, are customarily addressed to you, I have, presumed in consequence of that information, as also on the circumstance of my...
I have at length the pleasure to inform you that Mr: Hellen will administer solely on my Father’s Estate. Several circumstances conspired against an early decision, or I should have done myself the honor of acknowledgeing ere this the receipt of your much esteemed favor of the 27 Ultimo. At the time I requested your opinion on the propriety of my undertaking the Execution of the Will, I was...
General Forest has kindly given in the letter I inclose, his opinion on the doubt you suggest relative to the practicability of your joining in the execution of my Fathers Will. My ignorance of the testamentary laws of the State would not permit me to hazard the expression of any on this subject, & left me no other choice, than that of appealing for information to a friend, on whose experience...
In consequence of the death of my revered Father, it has become my duty to inform you, that by his Will, you are appointed an Executor to the Estate, conjointly with Mr. Hellen & myself. The distressing situation, in which the Family is placed, by this mournful event, is such as I must at present wave a delineation of The knowledge you have of the perplexed state of his property, will fully...