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I am informed the Secy of the Navy and Mr. Humphrys have reported in favour of the establishment of a Navy yard at Charlestown, and to purchase for that purpose only about 21 Acres of Land which 21 Acres will Amo. to abt. 20,000 Dols, the ground that has been proposed, and thot: sufficient for the Dock and Navy Yards and marked out by a pencil on the plan, from Charlestown, Contains about 45...
With a Heart replete with gratitude, permit me to express to you Sir, the high Sence I shall ever entertain of your kind & very friendly attentions whilst at Phila., no personal considerations could have induced me so soon to have trespassed on your goodness—but the anxious solicitude of my constituants I hope will be a sufficient apoligy for my requesting the favour of your permitting Mr....
immediately after I had the honor of an interview on Tuesday about noon 29th April I enter’d the stage, and by riding all night arrived at New York at 8.OC. the next morng, from whence I took the liberty to write you, which I hope you receiv’d in due course—on my arrival here I found my suggistions in that communication fully verified with respect to the anxious solicitude of my Constituents,...
16 December 1801, Boston. At a meeting of “the Sufferers by British Spoliations” held at Boston in November, “we the Subscribers were appointed a Committee to prepare & forward a Memorial to the President.… We have taken the liberty to inclose it to You & hope it will meet your approbation, & that we shall have Your patronage in bringing this business to a successful issue.” RC and enclosure (...