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New London [Conn.] Oct. 10th 1789. Acknowledges commission as district judge for Connecticut. “A good Judiciary, am sensible, is of the utmost importance, and essential to the well being of every free Government—how far the present Judicial System will answer the Valuable End designed, is perhaps somewhat problematical, and must depend on experiment—much wisdom care & attention has ben,...
The Corporation of the City of New London seize with Avidity, your Short Stay among them to pay their Respects to the first Majestrate of a free & enlightend People, and to join in the general Voice of their Country, in bearing Testimony, to the early, trying & decided part, which the purest Patriotism only would have prompted you to take in our important and glorious Revolution; We might...
The Memorial of the Undersign’d Citizens of the United States, Masters & Supercargoes of American Vessels detained in different Ports of Norway, respectfully represent, That your Memorialists whilst in the pursuit of a lawful Commerce, having in their possession every requisite document from the regular constituted authorities of their Country, and also the necessary certificates from the...