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Two days since I rec d a letter from Joshua Dodge under date 17 Nov. 1820 advising that he had received the 1060 F. & passed some to your credit & given you advice thereof I am in hopes that his letter will come safe to hand, & give you all the information you want— I regret that your Legislature does not seize on the opportunity afforded them of having the advantage of your advice &...
Your very interesting letter of 5 Nov. I duely receivd & immediately gave into the hands of Dr Coxe, the Phial containing the Thread impregnated with the Vaccine Virus of which he has made immediate Use—The result will be communicated to you as soon as known—In Consequence of your request to procure Some of the Smallpox Virus—I applied to D Coxe, who has been fortunate enough to procure it...
The Count Vidua being on the eve of Departure & have shewn me M Du Ponceaus letter—I cannot refuse myself the pleasure of Confirming what he has written, especially as it gives me an opportunity of renewing the expression of the respect & esteem which you have long inspired. Your friend & Sert Not speaking our Language, he has been fortunate in meeting with a M Vischer from Basle Switzd. a...
Upon recept of your esteemed favor of 27 Augt I waited upon M Gerard & find that it was charged to him in Paris by his Banker James Lafitte & Co 530£ to Me ss Debures on 21 Sep. 1821—a/c dated 31 Dec. 1821 No opportunity offered for France until 2 July 1821 when the letters for Debures & Dodge went by the Same opportunity—I observe with pleasure that your hand writing is as usual, & of Course...
I have rec d your favor of 12 th correcting an error in your statement previously made relative to the money at Mr Coopers disposal I have sent a copy to him for his Governmt. Whenever you send your orders for Paris & Lghorn they shall be attended to—I fear the event at the former place is a sign of troublesome times returning— MHi : Coolidge Collection.
M r Patrick Gibson has desired me to draw upon him for 7 for 444.D s which I have done I shall expect your Special Directions for the appropriation of it— I have the pleasure of inclosing an extract made from a letter I have rec d from M. Dessau ssure under date 5 May—which cannot fail being of a very Satisfactory nature to all who have advocated his cause, particularly to you who knew & fully...
Col Bernard Peyton deliverd me your letter I shall with pleasure introduce him to my friends & do what I can to serve his Interest—I am to see him again on his return.—We yesterday lost our President of the UPS. R Patterson, has been some time complaining, but I think his exertions (above his Strength), in the last meeting of the Genl Assembly, accelerated his departure—I am not as yet aware...
I have received your two letters of the 17th and 21st Inst. and the papers containing the four numbers of Fabius whih accompany’d them. I must beg you to accept of my best thanks for your polite attention in forwarding those papers to me. The writer of the pieces signed Fabius, whoever he is appears to be master of his subject; he treats it with dignity, and at the same time expresses himself...
I thank you for having given me the perusal of the letter herewith returned. Lamentable! to see such a spirit of revolt among the Blacks. Where it will stop, is difficult to say. Yours sincerely ALS , PPAmP : Madeira-Vaughan Collection. Philadelphia merchant John Vaughan ( 1755 1756 –1841) was a son of Samuel Vaughan, who owned estates in the Caribbean islands. John Vaughan’s later purchase of...