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4 August 1813, Boston. “Permit me dear Sir, to assure you, that no Citizen, or Gentleman in the U States, is more Friendly to you Personally, & as the President of the U, S, or, that approves of your public pursuits more than the Undersign’d. Because I am convinced from close observations, & strict Examination, that all your public Services have been calculated, & soundly devoted for the good,...
§ From John Page. 24 January 1814, Boston. “The Undersigned having been disappointed in his Just Expectations, of being Appointed a Collector for this, or the County of Middlesex, being therefrom prevented by powerfull Names, & a person appointed for Middlesex than whom, I could have mentioned a hundred Genen there, infinitely more deserving—& who never changed sides, or cursed the Republican...
§ From John Page. 26 January 1814, Boston. “Additional Considerations, having Occurred to me, the president will please to indulge me, in Communicating them, it is not only my Opinion, but that of the many I Conversed with on the Subject, that all the Officers, & Men now stationed at the different posts in this State, should be ordered on to the head quarters of our Army; and the Forts &...