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The inclosed list of Acts passed at the late Session will be a clue to most of the business which employed it. Some of the most interesting objects presented for consideration were either not taken up or not pursued into effect. In this number is the plan reported by the Secretary of the Treasury for paying off the public debt, which you will probably h⟨ave⟩ seen in the Newspapers. A...
Your favor of May 8th. was duly handed me by Mr. Bro[wn.] I thank you for the information it contains. You are right in su[pposing] that the importance of the Western Country is not sufficiently unders[tood.] Many errors with regard to it have been corrected, but many still lurk in the minds of those who view it at so great distance and through the medium perhaps of local prejudices. I hope...
Mr. Toulmin will either hand you this, or see you in consequence of it. He is lately from England, and very warmly recommended to me by Mr. Maury our Consul at Liverpool as meriting particular attention. His primary object in visiting Kentucky is to procure a knowledge of the Country for the information of his friends in England who have an eye to America as a more eligible portion of the...
Letter not found. 24 November 1791. Acknowledged in Nicholas to JM, 1 Feb. 1792 . Apparently concerns pending legislation in Congress, including the excise bill and duties on spirits.