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Permitt me to call to your recollection, that about three years past, you obliged me exceedingly by a letter you wrote to the Havanna, upon the subject of a very large sum of money attached there, my own property; Your letter I have good reason to believe had at the time its due effect, & about 12 or 14 months thereafter a Judgement was obtained to my satisfaction, but my opponents (the...
I had the honor to address you yesterday at the request of our esteemed friend Mr P. Carr , in which was enclosed a letter for his Bro. informing of the alarming indisposition of P.C. & requesting his Bro. S.C. to visit Baltimore, all which I now confirm; & sorry indeed am I to add, that in my opinion, appearances are still more unfavourable to a speedy recovery. The Doctors, Brown &...
Being informed that R. Etting Esqr the present Marshal is about to resign, I use the freedom to address a few lines in favor of a very deserving & worthy Citizen—Major Thos. Rutter ,—I shall only add that I am fully convinced upon enquiry you will find this Gentleman worthy of the Appointment, & shd. he be so fortunate as to get it, I shall feel very happy I have the Honor to be Sir yr. mo....
I have the honor to inform you that the Reverend Mr Glendy intends to visit Washington in a few days, & will hold himself in readiness to perform Divine service on Sunday next the 16th. Inst . he will no doubt take the first opportunity of seeing you after he arrives in Washington. It woud give me great pleasure to accompany him, & wh. I will do, if Mr Bowdoin passes thro’ Baltimore in a few...
Yesterday brought me your acceptable favor of the 12th, soon after its receipt The Revd. Mr. Glendy called upon me & to whom I handed the same; I confess it woud have given me much pleasure to have accompanied him to Washington, but from the contents of your letter I delay for the present that Journey, altho’ I regret the satisfaction & pleasure which I loose by not being with you tomorrow...
You do not forget promises, but I omitted to do what I am now about to say; & for which I beg your forgiveness. Soon after my return from Washington, Mrs. H left Baltimore, & she having under her own immediate care the Florence wine, I was at a loss to get at the quantity on hand, & she now tells me there are not more than two boxes, & perhaps only one, which shall be sent by the first vessel...
Your esteemed respects of the 10th: I have just received; when I conversed with you on the subject of the wine, it was under an impression in my own mind, that my commercial house had imported some for sale, at the time I received some from Leghorn, but found myself mistaken— The box is actually gone, & I expect is now on its passage, as is also a bag of Bourbon coffee, particulars as at foot;...
Yours of the 23d with a remittance in full came to hand yesterday, & woud then have been answered, but I was anxious to satisfy your enquiry, respectg the remittance you wish to make to Leghorn, at present however I am unable to do it, but probably may in the course of a few days Yrs. very truly Upon reflection it is probable the Secretary of the navy, can place the money at Leghorn MHi :...
Having found the receipt for the articles sent, I have thot it best to forward it to you, altho’ I am informed the vessel is arrived, & no doubt they are safely delivered— The English news papers appear very anxious that this Country & France, shd. be in actual war—no doubt the French, breath the same language between America & England—but it is to be hoped, neither will be gratified.— Yrs....
I am indeed sorry to learn from General Smith, that for some time back, you have been much afflicted with a pain in your face; I flatter myself it may not be of long duration, it will of course be very pleasing to hear, that you are relieved from it   For the last time, most likely, during your Presidency, I beg leave to solicit a few lines from you, in favor of my very particular friend, M....