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Abstract. 28 July 1792, Amsterdam. Professes great esteem for JM and inquires about the “Monumento per celebrare la Libertà Americana” (the equestrian statue of Washington authorized by Congress in 1783 which Ceracchi hoped to execute). RC ( NjP : Andre deCoppet Collection). One page, written in Italian. Docketed by JM. Ceracchi, an Italian sculptor, first met JM in 1791 when the two men...
Been wondered at the daley of the National Monumt suscription coming out, i called this morning upon the Gentilmen of the departements. Mesr. Randolph kindedly assured me that he would signe the papers as soon as they were send to him. Fifty of them signed only by Mr Wolcott are not gon farther till now, than to the Secretary of War office, by this may be consived that it would require a month...
Bein upon my departure for Europe I take the Liberty to draw upon you the somme of 250 . Dollars in favour of Mr George Meade, which you will be pluesed to pay, for the price of Your medallion in alabaster Originaly performed by me. In another I shal explane the cause of my living so soon thi Country while with consideration I am Sir Yor. Most Obt Sert I have kept the above bill & will be...
By the infamous manner with which I have been treated about the plan of suscription, (of which by this time you must be well acquainted) I find my self very much hurted in every respects. The President suscribed generousely but his act was not appreciated, I then withdron his suscription papers and consigned to the care of Mr Randolph from which I had recceived it. Some of the Manegers where...