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Mr Troups complts to Mr Madison—incloses a paper to which the names of several respectable gentlemen are subscribed—Mr T feels himself obliged to state to Mr M that he has taken this liberty with Dr Kirkpatrick without his knowledge & without the knowledge of any other with one exception than those whose signatures appear on it. Our friend Doctor Kirkpatrick retires from Congress under...
24 May 1811, Savannah. “A few weeks before the adjournment of Congress having been informed of a vacancy in the consulate of Antwerp I addressed a letter to Mr Smith nominating & soliciting the appointment of Emanuel Wambersie of Georgia to that office. Will you do me the favor to sieze a leisure moment to turn to that letter & the recommendations which accompanied it.” Encloses an old paper...
Mr Troups complts to the President. Arradondo is a Spaniard of honor & is perhaps secretly well disposed towards us. Genl Mitchell can draw from the Western Country ⟨rein⟩forcements to any amount—but fear he will not have time to prepare for the threatened danger. RC and enclosure ( DNA : RG 107, LRRS , T-110:6). Undated; date assigned here on the assumption that the letter was forwarded in...
29 April 1813, Washington. “GM Troups complts to the President. Mr Bulloch District Atty for Georgia having resigned respectfully recommends the appointment of Charles Harris of Savannah to fill the vacancy. Mr T is not confident that Mr H will accept.” RC ( DNA : RG 59, LAR , 1809–17, filed under “Harris, Charles”). 1 p. JM nominated Charles Harris as U.S. district attorney for Georgia in a...
I enclose at the request of a person unknown to me a letter for you —the author declares it to contain nothing but the disclosure of a project which he has formed for the destruction of the enemie’s Fleet & upon this declaration alone I make myself the medium of its conveyance. I hope Dear sir you enjoy your usual health & spirits RC ( MHi ); endorsed by TJ as received 28 July 1813 and so...
The importance of a convoy for the protection of the trade between the Southern States & Amelia Island has been so strongly represented by Citizens of Charleston & Savannah that we beg leave respectfully to submit the subject to your consideration. The produce which seeks this outlet even from a State as far North as Virginia we learn to be considerable. Persons acquainted with the navigation...