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Since my arrival in Orange which was long delayed by a ramble into the Eastern States, I have recd. two favors from you, one of them inclosing a Kentucky Gazette. I am glad to find the true method of dealing with the savages has been hit on; and hope that such a terror has been struck into them as will prevent the necessity of future chastisements. In my present situation I can give you little...
Letter not found. 22 February 1792. Acknowledged in Taylor to JM, 16 Apr. 1792 . Contains observations concerning Kentucky. Reports on the favorable prospects of negotiations with Spain for the navigation of the Mississippi and on the opposition to the apportionment bill.
Letter not found. 29 September 1792. Acknowledged in Taylor to JM, 3 Jan. 1793 . Concerns hopes for Taylor’s election to Congress, “the fermentations” in Kentucky, and the political attack on Jefferson.
Letter not found. 16 March 1793. Acknowledged in Taylor to JM, 23 May 1793 . Encloses newspapers and reports on the attempt during the recently adjourned congressional session to censure the secretary of the treasury’s official conduct.
Letter not found. Ca. 1 July 1794. Mentioned in JM to John Lee, 15 Nov. 1794 . Requests information on Ambrose Madison’s and JM’s Kentucky lands.
I recd. your obliging favor of the 22d. Augst. a few days before I left Virginia, and postponed acknowledging it till my return here. I now make use of the opportunity by Col. Innis, who is engaged in a Mission to Kentuckey for the purpose of explaining the public measures & present prospects relating to the Navigation of the Mississippi. I thank you for the information you give as to the...
Letter not found. Ca. 14 December 1794. Acknowledged in Taylor to JM, 16 Jan. 1795 . Agrees with Taylor’s proposed settlement with Maj. William Moore of Orange County. Probably inquires about Kentucky lands belonging to JM’s mother-in-law, Mary Coles Payne.
Letter not found. Ca. 1 April 1796. Mentioned in JM to Taylor, 10 May 1796 . Reports that he has made arrangements with John Brown for the delivery of about $40 to Taylor.
Mrs. Payne having understood that Mr. Bullock died lately, has written you the inclosed letter, requesting the favor of your attention to her interests as committed to his hands. I need not add that in fulfilling her requests, you will also lay an obligation on me. The event of the questions on the Treaty will have reached you before this. In no instance have more extraordinary means been...
Letter not found. 27 March 1797. Acknowledged in Taylor to JM, 1 May 1797 (DLC). Discusses Kentucky lands of Mary Coles Payne.