You
have
selected

  • Author

    • Murray, John

Recipient

Sort: Frequency / Alphabetical

Show: Top 2

Period

Dates From

Dates To

Search help
Documents filtered by: Author="Murray, John"
Results 1-10 of 11 sorted by date (ascending)
  • |<
  • <<
  • <
  • Page 1
  • >
  • >>
  • >|
5 October 1770. MS not found. Prepared by a committee appointed and reporting 5 October, composed of John Murray, Joseph Gerrish, JA , Jedediah Prebble, and Samuel Adams. Murray reported the same day. In his reply to the House Message of 4 October (see preceding calendar entry), Hutchinson claimed he was “not at Liberty” to communicate the order in council of 6 July to which he had referred...
How grateful, how thankful, this moment I feel. To who, for what? To the infinitely good, the infinitely great, who, having the hearts of all in his hand, hath in the course of this Providence, disposed one of the least, one of the greatest of his species to feel kindly disposed towards his humble, thankful servant. You will, good Sir, (I might had said great , but great you may be, and not...
New York, August 15, 1789 . On this date Hamilton wrote and Murray signed a receipt which reads as follows: “the above account is in consequence of directions given me by Mr. Hamilton from motives of Charity to provide for the burial of Abbe Mott & the amount is now paid to me by him Aug 15. 1789.” DS , in writing of H, Hamilton Papers, Library of Congress. Murray was a New York City merchant....
My particular Friend Mr. Philip Mark is now about to take up his residence in Germany; he has informed me that it would be a very pleasing thing to him to have an appointment to a Consulate from the United States to some part of the German Empire; as I have been long acquainted with him, I can with fredom recommend him as a man well qualified to fill that Office; I know him to be a man of...
New York, July 12, 1794. “I have this day been obliged to pay £65.0.9 costs in a suit commenced in the name of Royal Flint, Wm. Seton, John Murray, Alexr. Hamilton & Jonathan Burrall against George Joy & Daniel Badcock; this suit it is well known I was always averse to having commenced, but it seems it was pressed by Mr. Holker & Mr. Ross. I shall thank you to point out the mode in which the...
It is with a painful degree of diffidence I venture, even for a moment, to intrude on the time and attention of the President of the United States—Thanks be to God that, in the greatness of his goodness he has made our enemies instrumental in uniting the good people of these states, more than ever I expected to have seen them in my day—for a long season my heart was pained, on not being able...
Having been so often blest by the soothing, chearing evidences of true greatness, in your company, I am emboldened to present myself before the first man in the Nation, with as little terror, as I would before the Being that made him so— First, then, Permit me, Sir, to congratulate you on the prospect of the recovery of your excellent Lady. I was this day made very happy by being informed she...
The command of His Britanic Majesty’s Troops in this country having devolved upon me by the departure of His Royal Highness Prince Edward for England, who had before communicated his previous arrangements It was with peculiar satisfaction that I became the instrument of delivering to Captain Sever of the Herald Sloop of war belonging to the United States of America 25 Cannon and 1876 Shot; and...
I am not happy enough to be master of language calculated to express the grateful sense I feel for every instance of your condescending kindness vouchsafed towards me ever since divine goodness favored me with the knowledge of, and an acquaintance with, the justly revered Head of our Nation—But at no time have I injoyed this inestimable blessing with greater pleasure, or with a more lively...
Urged by Mrs. Murray, and impelled by inclination, I once more venture to approach you as an humble suppliant, on behalf of every worthy son of sorrow. Mr Sargent, finding the place, he considers himself indebted to your goodness for, insufficient for his support, is obliged to give it up and retire on a Farm. the place of Collector is, therefore, vacant. Mr Joseph Allin, first Cousin of Mr...