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Being informed by Lieut. Col. Malcolm of the late 13th. Regt. of the U. S. army; that he is solicitous to enter into some civil foreign department of our Govt., I take the liberty of recommending him to the particular notice of your Exy. His object at present is, an appoint. as consul in some country in Europe—prefering France, for which he is well fitted, on account of speaking the french...
26 November 1812, Utica, New York. Introduces Alexander Johnson, “a respectable young merchant of this place, who will spend a few days in Washington City, for the sake of amusement & information.” RC ( DLC ). 1 p.; docketed by JM. Nathan Williams (1773–1835), a prominent Utica attorney and civic leader, was president of the village corporation and president of the Manhattan Bank. He also...