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It is with extreme Satisfaction that I do my self the honour to address you as President of these United States; to see Merit, Virtue & Benevolence thus rewarded, my gratefull heart cannot help to rejoice at; your indulgence & friendly Offices have saved me from ruin & my Duty & Inclination prompts me to pray to God Almighty that your health be adequate to the arduous task Providence has...
In reply to yr. favr. I have the honr. to say, that in complyance with yr. request, I have informed my self of the rate of Damages & Interest on protested Bills usual in this City & find that there are two ways, and to comply with my desire to settle with Mr: Mazzei on the most liberall terms; I have choosen that which favours the most the Interest of Mr. Mazzei, of which I have send a...
I recd. your Letter dated 3 April, but to my great surprise, commencing to peruse it, I find you have made a mistake by addressing the Letter intended for me to some other person, I have therefore without investigating the contents returned you the Letter inclosed. The Ship which I expected would enable me to make a final settlement of Mr. Mazzeis concern, is finally arrived, & has brought me...
According to yr. directions, I waithed on Mr Beckley with an intend & the means to settle the claim of Mr. Mazzei, but found to my astonishment a difficulty started about the amount of the Debt, which prevented me from settling it then, as the means where then furnished me by my friend on Condition to recover the Mortgage, it was out of my power to pay what I owed on account, as Mr. Beckley...
In reply to the Letter of 20 March, with which you honrd. me, I am oblidged to say, that unavoidable misfortunes & embarrassments had till now impeded me from complying with the Final settlement of the Debt due Mr. Mazzei, that I was just now beginning to acquire the means to fullfill the payment & had contemplated to advise you thereof, but from a delay in a material event which will enable...
The many Kindnesses which you have shown to our captive countrymen, whom the fortune of war has carried within the reach of your inquiries, do great honour to your humanity, and must forever interest us in your welfare. I beg leave on behalf of my countrymen to assure you, that these attentions are felt with sensibility, and that any occasion which shall offer of rendering you service will be...
Letter not found. 21 February 1796. Acknowledged in Dohrman to JM, 26 Feb. 1796 . Concerns Dohrman’s debt to Philip Mazzei.
Letter not found. 20 March 1795. Acknowledged in Dohrman to JM, 24 Mar. 1795 . Concerns Dohrman’s debt to Philip Mazzei.
Letter not found. Ca. 6 March 1796. Acknowledged in Dohrman to JM, 11 Mar. 1796 . Concerns Dohrman’s debt to Philip Mazzei.
Letter not found. 3 April 1795. On this day JM wrote letters to Dohrman and Joseph Jones but sent each to the incorrect recipient. These letters were respectively acknowledged in Dohrman to JM, 6 Apr. 1795 , and Jones to JM, 7 Apr. 1795 . The letter intended for Dohrman but received by Jones concerned Dohrman’s debt to Philip Mazzei.