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Th: Jefferson requests the favour of The Hon’ble Mr Cutts to dine with him the day after tomorrow at half after three, or at whatever later hour the house may rise. The favour of an answer is asked. Wednesday Jan’y 27th 1802 RC ( ICHi ); printed form, with blanks filled by an unidentified hand reproduced in italics. Richard Cutts (1771–1845) belonged to a prominent family of merchants and...
Agreeable to your wish —I have made every enquiry respecting the situation of Joseph Tucker Collector of the district of York &c in Maine & feel no hesitation in saying that the Public good requires his removal from office, for continued intoxication — At the same time I will take the liberty to name Samuel Derby of York—as a suitable person to be appointed successor to Mr Tucker, being an old...
Should you think it necessary to remove Mr. Hodge the surveyor for Newbury port Massachusetts, we beg leave to recommend Francis Carr Esqe as his successor.— We have reason to believe, from the best information we have been able to collect, that Mr. Hodge does not conduct himself in the most prudent manner. We have understood from good authority that he is a high party man, generally very...
I have in my house at Monticello a skylight which I would wish to cover with a single sheet of glass. this must be of 4. feet diameter at the least, but would be still better at 5 feet 6. Inches. I do not know that such a sheet can be cast at all, but if it can, it is only to be had at a glass house on being specially bespoke. I understand there is a glass house at Boston or in it’s vicinity,...
Your favr. of the 20th. Inst. did not come to hand whilst I was in Boston, I regret the circumstance as it would have given me great satisfaction to have personally attended to the business, & prevented so much delay. Immediately after receiving your Letter—I wrote to my Agents in Boston, who informed me it was against the rules of the Institution to suffer sheet glass with the Bull’s eye to...
Rd. Cutts presents his compliments to the President of the U.S. and sincerely regrets the misfortune that has attended the two sheets of glass ordered by him. R. Cutts has written, this day to his Friends in Boston ordering two sheets more, particularly requesting that they would attend to the packing, as directed in the extract of a Letter from James Dinsmore, to put the glass on board the...
After much reflection, & casting my eye around in pursuit of a suitable person To fill The Office lately vacated by the Death of Samuel Derby, none presents better recommended or qualified to fill the Office than Majr. Jeremiah Clarke. he has been an uniform & undeviating Republican—Allow me to recommend him for the appointment. I am with respect & esteem yr. Hl Sevt. DNA : RG 59—LAR—Letters...