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The arguments on the subjects of the British debts are at length concluded and it is expected the Court will decide tomorrow. Judge Blair docs not set in the Cause. The Bill for reforming the inferior Courts is still before the House it has undergone several alteration & I apprehend will finally be rejected for the regulation will effect a great number of those who are to determine its fate. A...
Phila . Dec. 13. 91. “I have recd. yours of the 3d. instant, mentioning the conversation held with you by an intimate acquaintance of Col: Henry. Having never, in the midst of political contests indulged any personal ill-will to that gentleman, & at all times admired his eminent talents, I cannot be supposed insensible to any friendly sentiments he may have expressed towards me, or indisposed...
Letter not found. 5 May 1794. Stan. V. Henkels, Jr., Catalogue No. 1478 (1933), item 106, described this letter as consisting of two pages, “telling about recent elections and the dislike of Mr. Jay.”
In my last to my father I desired him to let Mr. A. Fontaine or some other friend in Louisa know that I could not be in the district before the election &c. I now inclose a letter to him, which I wish you to seal & forward. If no certain conveyance offers in time, it will [be] requisite to send it to Louisa Court House on the day of the Election; and by Morda. Collins if necessary. Since the...
Letter not found. Ca. 15 December 1796. Referred to in JM to James Madison, Sr., 19 Dec. 1796 . Describes price of wheat, etc., at Philadelphia.
As no division of the Estate, both real & personal, can take place without the friendly Bill in Chancery of which Mr Randolph & Wickam have been notified I deem any consultation on the subject unavailing ’till a decree is had, which may ascertain the Rights of all the claimants. As Executor I cannot concur in any distribution of the personal Estate without the authority of the Chancellor—and...
To the honorable the General Assembly of Virginia Your petitioners the subscribers Shew, that James Madison James Madison jur. Francis Madison and William Madison formed a partnership under the firm of William Madison and Company for the purpose of erecting a merchant-Mill in the county of Madison on the Rapidan river and obtained the right in sixteen & a half acres of land on which the said...
Mr Taylor, having had the Measles, could not draw the Bill & Answers ’till lately since which I have been indisposed myself. All the Answers are made out, except Nelly’s, & hers will be ready in a few days. You, Myself & the grand children are Dfts. and answer seperately. Mr Taylor has drawn the Bill very full & I trust will bring the case fully before the Chancellor. If Council shd. be...
I spoke to Mr. Taylor on the subject of drawing your deed to Dr. Rose he feels positive embarrassment in the task knowing no general words that will convey your meaning but he ⟨will?⟩ make a particular recital of the case so as to express the exception you are disposed to make in my favour. Mr. T. is positive that without this recital the Dr. will be completely vested with all the intt. that...
I lately obtained a copy of your Acct. with Tho: Richards & Co. altho applied for immeadeatly after you left here. The Credit for ¼ of Rent of Mill is not to be considerd final, ’till a settlemt is had with them on that Acct. In your last you wish to know what progress is made in the distribution of the lapsed lands, and how far my proposals are likely to be acceaded to: for information I send...