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I hope, will pardon a stranger, that takes the liberty of writing to you for information; I do not know, in this Country, to address myself to any one, that is more willing to assist a foreigner, than your Excellency. I did study medicine and surgery in the Imperial Academy of the City of Vienna: being examined, received my diploma, signed by Joseph Gabrielli chief professor and director of...
At a meeting of the Trustees of Alleghany College, held in the borough of Meadville, on the 9 th of January, 1824, the following Preamble and Resolution were adopted; “Cherishing all due respect for those illustrious Citizens of the United States, who have successively filled the highest office in the gift of their country and who are still spared to witness the rising glory of this western...
Paris, 16 Aug. 1788. Encloses two letters of procuration that the Count de Cambray hopes TJ will attest “et faire passer en Amerique, ainsy qu’il doit avoir eu l’honneur de vous en prier.” These were sent to him to be attested by the Prévôt des Marchands et Echevins of Paris, but this can be done only for documents executed in the city. They are already attested by the royal judge of...
At a meeting of the heads of the departments at the President’s on summons from him, and on consideration of various representations from the Ministers Plenipotentiary of France & Great Britain on the subject of vessels arming & arriving in our ports, and of prizes it is their opinion that letters be written to the said Ministers informing them that the Executive of the U.S., desirous of...
On Mr Peyton And Myself returning from the City of Washington, And Mentioning to Our Fellow Citizens, Your Wish that the Invitation, we were Authorized to give you, to a publick Dinner Might be Suspended for Some time, I find a great Many people dissatisfy.d with Our Answer,—And extremely Anctious to have your Company to a publick Dinner … And Many of them, not being possess.d of much...
The late Genl. Washington having given to Liberty Hall accademy now Washington accademy, one hundred shares in the James river canal company, which do not as yet yield any income, and the trustees being anxious to bring the seminary into useful operation as soon as possible; did authorise Colo. Moore formerly a member of Congress and now a member of the Senate of this state whome I presume you...
Your letter of the 11 th June to M r Caruther , (whose death we have to lament!) was rec d after his death Patrick Henry the free man of colour is very willing to accept of your land at the Natural bridge on the terms you propose—but he does not know the boundery—and wishes you to send him a copy of the courses &c—as he supposes trespasses have been committed— I enquired of the Sherif he...
Mendon, Massachusetts, 20 Feb. 1793 . In compliance with the copyright law he sends a copy of his book, “A Grammatical system of the English language: comprehending a plain and familiar scheme of teaching young gentlemen and ladies the art of speaking and writing correctly their native tongue.” Before publication the book was properly entered by Mr. Goodale, clerk of the Massachusetts district...
A computation of the corn it will take for the stock from now till April 1 or for one Hundred days. Corn 6 plough Horses from this till April the first or for one Hundred days when ploughing aught to have 2 gallons a day Each, suppose 40 ploughing days, which amounts to bushels  60 corn the same Horses when not in service one gallon of corn a day Each for 60 days is 45 bushil  45 4 breding...
The scantling for the harow I would wish to be 4 inches wide and 3 inches thick about 31 feet in shuch lengths as will cut six pieses five feet long 25 teeth a 11 inches long the size of the pattren if the irons is done. For the small plough I would be oblige to you if you would send Davy over in order to assist me to make the plough amediatlly. I am Sir your Humble Svt. RC ( DLC ); unaddressed.