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Your letter of July was duly recd. The recollections it so kindly expresses are very gratifying coming from one whose friendship I have always valued, & to whom I have been often indebted for attentions useful to me. I join in all your good wishes, for more tranquility & harmony in our public affairs: which will always be best promoted by a course avoiding the extremes to which party...
I have long since intended writing to you to let you know that altho we are situated at a distance I have not forgotten our early friendship and the esteem in which I continue to hold you in my sincere and affectionate rememberance—I have not been wanting in my frequent enquiries in reguard to your & your families health—I am gratified to hear by the late information I have recd., that it is...
In the acct of Mr Harrow inclosed in yours of the 27 Ult. I find an error charging me for the year 1826. I return the acct. with the rect. for that year. As the error appears to proceed from another hand, it is possible that Mr Harrow in tracing may discover others. I am under a faint impression that my last payment was of still later date, but as I observe no rect. for it, I shall infer that...
In closing up my old Accounts I find that the funds placed in my hands by you since the Acct. rendered, including what remained after, the purchase of the Mules sent you and $20 paid Mr. John Lee who had subsequently the agency of your business and presuming Mr. Lee still continues as such and as I make no charge for the trivial services, I have rendered, that there is still a ballance of $25...
Since the receit of your obliging letter of December last, I have continually hoped I shd. be released from troubling you further on the subject of it, by the conduct of my debtors on Panther’s Creek. I am however disappointed, having not yet recd. a dollar, or even a line from either of them. As a consequence I make another appeal to Tapscott & thro’ him to Bell, and beg the favor of you...
I have delayed thanking you for your obliging letter of Decr. 19. 1823, partly from a hope that information might be recd. from Bell & Tabscott that wd. enable me at the same time to put an end to the trouble their defaults have occasioned you; but principally of late from a despair of your being able to render any service in the actual State of things in Kentucky. From Bell I have heard...
Your favor of the 25th. Ulto: came to hand yesterday, altho’ I had Known of two interfering claims I had not supposed, they had intended to set up any claim to either of the two tracts sold by you & Mrs. Willis; The elder Grant held by you I deem a sufficient guard angt. [ sic ] either of those interfering ones; however I will write immediately to Bell on the subject, to be made acquainted...
The two tracts of land containing 1000 acres each on Panthers Creek belonging to my Neice Mrs. Willis and myself, ware sold several years ago to Mr Ben: Bell, & Mr Tapscott, who are settled on them. I just lern by a letter from the former, who holds the lower tract, that interfering claims backed by a recent running of lines are set up in behalf of adjoining proprietors; which if not rightly...
Some months ago Judge Todd inquired of me for a Pamphlet, published by Jas. Smith of this State giving an acct. of his captivity with the Indians many years past, that he wanted it for you, having found one in the neighbourhood I got it, and have herewith inclosed, it by a safe & private hand, one or two pages (the last) is lost. I hope it is the one requested—never having heard of any other....
I was much gratified to hear by our relation Lieut. Joseph Taylor of the health of yourself and family, mine at present enjoys that blessing. I addressed a letter to you not long since, on the subject of the appointment of a district Judge for Kentucky I should not now again mention it, was it not for the circumstance of a report that has got into circulation which may reach you, that Mr....