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I find the late President has not appointed a Collector to the Port of Geo. Town, I Respectfully Solicite that office; in this Extraordinary applacation I am unfortunatly Situated, in not having the Honour of the least Personal Acquantance with you, And Mr Mason being absent, who I am confident, would Render me every assistance in his power Consistent with a man of Honour, to get the...
I have now the Honor to cover you a Letter from Mr. Livingston and take Advantage of the Occasion to solisit the favor of your Confirming the appointment our Ministers at Paris have made in nameing Me to the Commercial Agency for this place. It is now two years past since I solisited this appointment, and I believe in conformity to my request Mr. Monroe Mr. McKean Govr. of Pennsylvania and...
I had the honor of addressing You the 9h. instant solisiting to be Confirmed in Appointment of Commercial Agent for this place.—Which I beg leave to repeat. It affords Me great pleasure that My first official Act should be the sending on Mr. Hughes charged with despatches of such importance to My Country;—and am very happy that Under your Administration so great an Aquisition has been Made to...
An Old revolutionary officer who embarked in his Country’s cause early in the year 1776, in the seventeenth year of his age, & who continued in actual and active service ’till the Army was disbanded, and our Independence established, presumes to address you—he hopes & trust he will not be unheard or disregarded— The enclosed Address to the Citizens of the first Electorial District of Maryl d...
Mr. Mitchell begs leave to present His respects to Mr. Jefferson with a set of the journal de l’Amerique du Nord by mr. Caritat,—which should mr. Jefferson not have seen He hopes will be acceptable DLC : Papers of Thomas Jefferson.
When I had the Honor of seeing you at Washington I took the Liberty to request your nominating me for such vacancey as Might offer either at home or abroad, in lieu of that which I oficiated at in Havre.—Being this day informed of the Death of Mr. John Shea the Collector for the Port of Philadelpa. I beg leave to solicit Your appointing Me to that office—flattering My self that it will meet...