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ALS : Library of Congress I beg leave to lay before you an affair very interesting to all in our Communion and to some thousands of other religious denominations in this extensive province. Ten petitions from sundry parts of the province were laid before our Legislative body last winter Setting forth the complication of grievances we labour under arising from our Conscientious Scruples about...
I have been inform’d, Sir, that you have a tract of Land, in Gloucester County, consisting of about 400 acres in the neighbourhood of Mr Phil: Tabb, which you are inclin’d to dispose of: shou’d you be in the same sentiment at this period & the terms are such as cou’d be mutually accommodating, I cou’d wish to purchase it: The more distant the payments cou’d be postpon’d the more agreeable it...
I William Marshall Clerk of the Court of the United States for the Middle Circuit in the Virginia District do hereby Certify, that there are no suits instituted in this Court against Mr. Jefferson except in the character of an executor, which are as follow: “John Wayles’ executors” Francis Eppes, Thomas Jefferson and Henry Skipwith executors of John Wayles deceased two suits , and Osgood...
The Bearer of this William Fletcher (Son to William Fletcher an honest & industrious Man and member of the associate Church in this City) has been regularly bred to the Sea and I am well informed is sober and well behaved: He is desirous to enter into the Service of the Navy as a Midshipman, if your Excellency would be pleased to give him a Commission. For this purpose I now address you whom I...
I take the liberty, at the request of a number of respectable Republicans, to address you on the subject of the vacancy wch. has taken place in the office of Chief Judge of this circuit, in consequence of the resignation of my brother in law Mr. Gaillard. The inclosed certificate is recommendatory of Dominick Augustin Hall Esqe to that office. The certificate sufficiently speaks its own...
Mr. Charles Pinckney, has been so good, as to send me, the enclosed, wh. I requested from him to accompany my Letter of The 16th. Inst. It came to hand too Late for Wednesday’s Post. I have nothing further to add, on that Subject, But to express my Anxious Wish, that the Application may be Successful. I am extremely Happy, Sir, in the occasion, wh. this Letter affords me, of Assuring you, How...
3 March 1802, Charleston. Introduces Mr. Read of Charleston, whose “object in Visiting The Federal City, will be particularly explained to You.” RC ( DLC ). 1 p. Robert Read was a South Carolina merchant with business dealings in Cuba (see JM to John Morton, 7 Apr. 1802 ).
30 April 1802, Charleston, South Carolina. Recommends Simon McIntosh, a Charleston lawyer, for the post of commissioner of bankruptcy. RC ( DNA : RG 59, LAR , 1801–9, filed under “McIntosh”). 1 p. Signed by Marshall, Theodore Gaillard, O’Brien Smith, Paul Hamilton, and James D’Oyley. Docketed by Jefferson. This was probably the Simon McIntosh who was the son of Lachlan McIntosh (d. ca. 1789)...
I do myself the honor of presenting you, with an accurate Chart of the Coast of West Florida and Louisiana, including a survey and soundings of the Mississippi river, extending, considerably above New Orleans. It was sent to me, a few days ago, by a gentleman who married the widow of Mr. Gauld, by whom the Chart, was made. I hasten to send It to you, as, If there be none such in possession of...
The president of the United States of America. To Thomas Jefferson, Robert Smith, Henry Dearborne or either of them who may have the papers—hereinafter mentioned or any of them within his or their keeping or power. You are hereby commanded to appear before the Judges of the circuit court of the United States, for the fifth circuit, in the Virginia District in the city of Richmond, at the Court...