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New York, April 28, 1801. Encloses “a Deed of conveyance bearing equal date with this Letter, made by Oliver Phelps to Robert Gilchrist for three equal undivided Eighth parts of a tract of Land containing nine thousand and Six hundred acres, by the award or appointment of Alexander Hamilton, David A. Ogden and Thomas Cooper.” States: “This conveyance you will hold as Escrow to be returned to...
I take the liberty to notice to your Excellency Rufus Easton Esquire a Citizen of the State of New York a young gentleman of talents and respectability, who has been meritorious in the Republican cause.— He wishes for the appointment of District Attorney for N. Orleans—Living some distance from Mr. Easton I am not so well acquainted with his legal knowledge but from information received from...
When I had the honor of an interview with you previous to my leaving the city of Washington and conversed respecting the political divisions among the republicans of this state, it was foreign from my wish to draw from you any thing that it would have been improper to communicate. I sincerely and without disguise stated to you the true situation of the parties and assured you that the friends...