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I am desired by Govr. St Clair to transmit to you whatever is within my recollection of an evenings conversation, at Chillicothe, while the legislature of this Territory were in session, in which he was the principal supporter. In compliance Sir with his request, I will endeavor, as far as is within my recollection, to give you an accurate relation. The evening of the day on which he recd. the...
§ From George Tod. 25 August 1805, Youngstown, Ohio . “Herewith is sent a letter from the judges of the supreme Court in this state. Should the President see fit to confer on me the appointment of judge in the Michigan Territory it will be thankfully recieved. Living as I do, remote from the active and informed parts of the Union, it is impossible for me to obtain other letters of...
Herewith is sent you a letter from Samuel Huntington Esquire, the chief judge of this State. Should it make on your mind, an impression favorable to myself, it will give me pleasure; and should you think proper to confer on me the appointment, which he has found inconvenient to accept, I trust you will find your confidence not misplaced.— With great sincerity and respect I am Sir your very...