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Since my return from Philadelphia where I have been to get Lodgings, against the meeting of Congress, your Mamma has shewn me your Letter: and I consent you Should keep the Horse for the present.— My Brother may Supply you with hay, as far as your occasion for it may go. Can nothing be done to make my Estate at Boston and Braintree more productive? The House where you are is at a miserable...
I wrote you before to day: but I forgot to say Several Things.— Have you ever attended a Town Meeting? You may there learn the Ways of Men, and penetrate Several Characters which otherwise You would not know. There are Several Objects of Enquiry, which I would point out to your consideration without making any noise or parade about them. 1. The State of Parties in Religion, Government Manners,...
I received your Letter, before my Departure for Philadelphia, but had not time to answer it. It is not probable that any Special Agents will be employed in the Business you had in contemplation. The Board consists of Men, who will Study Æconomy, in that as well as in all other Affairs committed, to their Charge; and therefore the Loan Officers or Collectors or some other known Character will...
Les abbés Chalut et Arnoux ont l’honneur de faire leurs Sinceres Compliments à Monsieur Adams et de l’assurer de leur estime et de leur amitié; ils lui envoyent un exemplaire de deux ouvrages posthumes de M. l’abbé de Mably. ces deux ouvrages sont en deux volumes. il en paroitra encore Cinq on aura soin de les lui faire parvenir à mesure qu’ils paroitront les abbés Chalut et Arnoux presentent...
Nous voila libres comme vous, notre cher et estimable ami, nous n’obeirons plus qu’aux lois, nous ne payerons plus que les impots que nous aurons consentis par nos representants librement elus. nous ne serons plus jugés dans les affaires criminelles que par des jurés. auriez vous cru en arrivant en france que cet etat où le despotisme regnoit depuis tant de siecles, deviendroit un état libre?...
Since mine to you of the instant, it has occurred to me, that the President, in his direction to me, has limited your absence to six months, which I did not recollect when I extended it to twelve. I am therefore under the necessity of retracting six, and of requesting you to consider your leave of absence as for six months from the time of your departure. I am, Sir, Your Obedt: & hum: Servt....
Portsmouth, New Hampshire, September 13, 1790. “Inclosed herewith is the Weekly return of Money recd and paid … to the 11th. instant. Your letter dated the 17th. August mentions the rect. of my ‘Letter of the 23 July with a paid draught No. 325 of the Treasurer of the United States’ … it is erroneous, no bill of that No. having been paid by me.…” LC , RG 36, Collector of Customs at Portsmouth,...
Your favor of the 9th Instant I have received —with Respect to Mr Morris’s Coach, he has no Coat of Arms theron, but a Cypher on Doors, back & front, with a Chryst over the Cypher, and no inclosure—the ground colour of your Coach being White, the silver in our opinion will have but a bad effect—should you prefer continuing the seasons as already on the carriage, on the Doors, front & Back,...
We, the Chief Justice and Associate Justices of the Supreme Court of the United States, in Pursuance of the Letter which you did us the Honor to write on the 3rd of April last, take the Liberty of submitting to your Consideration the following Remarks on the “Act to establish the Judicial Courts of the United States.” It would doubtless have been singular, if a System so new and untried, and...