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I have taken the liberty to send you a paper which contains a continued Account of the Patriotic conduct of the people at d all their public meetings throughout this State , since Congress have declared War against Great Britain .— By it you will see we have not been ungrateful to you for the many Services you have rendered our dear and beloved Country. I sincerely lament the ungrateful &...
It affords me at all times great pleasure, to see that my countrymen, either at their private or public meetings express themselves grateful to you for the blessings they have enjoyed under your Administration.— On the 4 th of July last , an Oration was delivered here in S t Michaels Church , in which the Orator never once mentioned the good that resulted from your Administration, that of your...
A Committee, of which I had the honor of being a Member, presented the enclosed Copy of an address to the President of the United States, it was this day unanimously agreed to by our House , and sent to the Senate for their concurrence. As I know it would afford you great pleasure to learn that your old friends in our Legislature still continued firm and steady to their Republican principles,...
I am happy to inform you that our Senate, also have this moment adopted, unanimously the address & resolutions, a Copy of which I sent you yesterday . The President of the Senate , and Speaker of the House of Representatives , are directed to transmit Copies of the same to the President without delay. I feel highly grateful at the conduct of our? both Branches of our Legislature on the...
Your favor of the 8 th ult. was handed to me at Columbia , for which I return you my thanks.—The sentiments it contains, coincides exactly with my own, and those of your old friends throughout this State .—It was a fortunate circamstance, that your Letter was handed to me during the sitting of our Legislature, at Columbia , I assure you it has contributed very much to encrease the number of M...
The enclosed paper will show you that your Republican friends in South Carolina , cannot forget you, they upon all occasions are proud to acknowledge you as their Political preceptor. This City, has been in a very great uproar for several days past, in consequence of our Elections, which end this afternon, at four a Clock— The Federalists have made the greatest exertions to carry their Ticket,...
It affords me great pleasure to inform you, in consequence of the successes of our Navy, we had a public procession—a public Dinner—and a General illumination at night.—The procession was the largest, and the number that dined to-gether upon the occasion, were the greatest, ever known in this City. The enclosed contains the Toasts that were drank upon the occasion .—By the 6 th Toast you will...
Presuming upon your goodness I have taken the liberty to mention to you the nature of an application I lately made to the President . owing to the great sacrifices I have made for a number of years past to support the Republican cause in this State —The great increase of my family, and the pressure of the times, I have been induced, with the advice of my friends here, to offer my Services to...
Your favor of the 10 th Inst. has just been handed to me, for which be pleased to accept my sincere thanks. I am happy to hear that M r Eppes is elected a member of the 13 th Congress , because, he will then have it in his power, by his great firmness and splendid talents, to aid our Government, in vindicating our honor and rights. The enemies of our present administration, and the British...
I have just been informed that the Federal Marshal of this District, has resigned his office, in consequence of which, the President , I presume, will make an early appointment of a succeessor—Permit me Sir, to solicit your friendship as early as possible upon the occasion. I remain with the highest respect RC ( DLC ); at foot of text: “Thomas Jefferson late P. U. States Washingtn ”; endorsed...