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    • Freneau, Philip
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    • Washington Presidency
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Some business detains me here a day or two longer from returning to New York. When I come, which I expect will be on Thursday, if you should not have left the city, I will give You a decisive answer relative to printing my paper at the Seat of Govt. instead of N. York. If I can get Mr. Childs to be connected with me on a tolerable plan, I believe I shall sacrifice other considerations, and...
As I hear there is a probability of a new printer being wanted for the House of Representatives, I take the liberty to Solicit Your interest in favour of Mr. Francis Bailey, by whom, You may rest assured, the work of every kind will be executed to perfect Satisfaction. If Mr. Childs and Mr. Swaine should resign the business; I make no doubt but Your influence with Mr. Beckley will be exerted...
By Some accident Your kind letter of April 6th was a long time in finding its way hither, having not come to hand ’till the 17th inst. I sincerely thank You for the interest You have taken in favour of Mr. Bailey. He is a good republican and a worthy honest Man, which qualifications, I have thought, entitled him to Some Notice from the Government, in his line of business. I was heartily...
Having three or four months Since formed a Resolution to bid adieu for a few Years to some old Trees in Jersey under the shade of which I edited, amongst ditching and grubbing, a small weekly Paper entitled the Jersey Chronicle, I did not know how to employ that interval better than in striking out here with some printer, if such could be found, already engaged in supporting the good old...