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Your very affectionate address and the honorary testimony of your regard which accompanied it call forth my grateful acknowledgements. A recollection of past events and the happy termination of our glorious struggle for the establishment of the rights of man cannot fail to inspire every feeling heart with veneration and gratitude towards the great Ruler of events, who has so manifestly...
No. 100—Fleet Street—London May it please Your Excellency 11th July 1789 I beg leave to acknowledge tho late, the Honour of Your Excellencys Letter, of so distant a date as June 88, which came to my hands in Feby last: so that I must confess I have been much wanting to myself for not taking an earlier Opportunity to return Your Excellency my best thanks for the favour which Your Excellency was...
Capn Tate who served with great reputation in the Continental Regiment of Artillery attached to the line of this State, does not find his Military ardour abated either by the seven years war or the seven years of peace which have succeeded the War; but he is still anxious to enlarge his fund of military experience by serving in the armies of the Porte —Altho’ he could have sailed to France in...
I beg leave to Request you will be pleas’d to Nominate me to the senate & with them Appoint me to the Office of Collector at the Port of Fairfield—I trust sir the Testimonials I have the Honor to present you will shew that the Interest of the Nation may be well served by such Appointment and that it will be Agreable to the People in General as well as Afford some Means of support to one who...
Mr. Christopher Roane, who is a searcher at City Point, requests to be introduced to you. He would wish to continue in office . He is a man of great integrity, and has conducted himself well as a Searcher. He was an officer during the late war. Your assistance, in continuing him in office, will, I think, be of service to him, & of advantage to our country, if appointed; he appears to me, to be...
I have erased the names of my Brothers between whom the above Letter passed, to leave you at liberty to make what use you think proper of it. I send you inclosed also an Extract from the Printed report above-mentioned which I recd by the Packet, & which I sent for general information to Mr Fenno. I think it may be particularly useful in Virginia. I remain Dr Sir Your obedt Servt. RC and...
Bordeaux, 11 July 1789 . Has received TJ’s of 27th by Cutting.—“I have introduced that Gentleman to Mr. Streickeysen.” The sum owed the latter by South Carolina “will be a bar to impower in a Stranger the means of recovery. The State hath named a Commissioner for receiving the proceeds of Tax’s appropriated to the discharge of their foreign Debt. The Commissioner has already made a...
As soon as I arrived in this city being sensible of your solicitude to hasten across the atlantic I made particular enquiry how many american vessels there were in the river, to what ports they were bound and when they might be expected to sail for the United States. I found that fifteen american vessels had just put to sea altogether, that three only remained in port, and that neither of...
Bordeaux, 11 July 1789 . On Cutting’s information, he informs TJ that the Washington , Capt. Bond, is there, destined in 10 days for Potomac river but can touch at Norfolk: “a fine fast sailing ship of 250 to 300 Tons with excellent accomodations and a very clever Man as Captain.” If TJ wishes to take her it will give him pleasure to detain her. “She goes out in ballast and being an american...
I should not have taken the Liberty of writing to you if I had not been encouraged by the fullest confidence in your Friendship for my Uncle Doctor Price. When I left London He was induc’d by the contents of your last Letter to suppose that e’r the present time you had reach’d America. I was therefore charg’d with no specific Message to yourself. But I have brought Letters for M. Target and C....