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I did not return to Bladensburgh after an absence of 8 or 10 days ’till Monday the 1st. of October, the day of our Election when I found yours to me enclosing a letter to Colo. Mercer. Expecting to find him at Marlborough where the election is held for this part of the District I took his letter with me and not finding him there, I proceeded on to Annapolis, which place he had left for...
M r. Bond delivered your Letter of the 20 th. of april I should have answered it sooner, but I really have been so much occupied in my private affairs, that I have scarcely had time to attend to any of my Correspondents out of the line of real business—but I now have a pretty clear prospect of getting well thro’ the great points I embraced— I shall however, I find, make more reputation than...
New York, 5 Oct. 1792. He transmits a letter to the President from Mr. Alta which he received from Messrs. Van Staphorst of Amsterdam, who assure him that Alta is highly esteemed in Holland for his agricultural knowledge. RC ( DLC ); 1 p.; in French; at foot of text: “Philadelphie Monsieur Jefferson”; endorsed by TJ as received 9 Oct. 1792 and so recorded in SJL . Eelko Alta was a defrocked...
A protest having been handed to me by our Consul at this Port made by Captain Smith the Master of an American Vessel, wherein he states that while lying in harbour at the Cape of good hope four of his men deserted and enterred on board a British man of war, the Captain of which not only detained them, alledging they were British Subjects, but by threats compelled him to pay them part of their...
As we have not yet received your order for the Sales and the Time is near at hand, we think it proper (least it should have escaped you) to remind you of it —A few of the Plans executed, in Boston have Arrived, which we have dispersed, we have some expectation, that tomorrows Post may bring us some of those executed in Philaa—We take the liberty to send you one of the former. We are Sir &c. LB...
A Son Excellençe George Washinton Ecuier premier President des Etats unis de l’Amerique du nord. &c. suplie humblement. Les habitants de ce district qui ont l’honneur de vous Exposer que vu les mauva⟨ises⟩ Guerres qu’ils onts Eües a soutenir pendant plusieurs Années avec les Nations Indiennes de Ces Contrées, ce qui a Causée la perte generale de touts les Citoïens jusqu’a leurs tués femmes...
Here am I, my dear Sir, at 8. OC. at night barrd & bolted up, in one end of a dreary Lumber House—after a fatiguing days work—with a smart fever upon me, and not a being on earth, to whom I can speak. And in case necessity Should oblige me to open the door, it is at all times, at the risque of being stab’d or shot, for sake of the cursed dross, contained in the Iron chest. Really, my present...
Havre, 5 Oct. 1792. Today he received TJ’s letter of 31 May and the enclosed compilation of laws passed by the first session of the second Congress. He will obey the consular law, arrange the required security with Morris, and confer the agent’s commission in Dunkirk on Coffyn, who will be directed to provide TJ with the information he wishes about that port. Despite variations in the public...
We arrived here safely last night, and without any accident on the road. We are pursuing our journey this morning to the city where we shall dine, but as the post will be set out before our arrival and a letter from hence will reach Monticello a week sooner than if written after our arrival in Philadelphia, I have thought it better to drop a line from hence. My anxiety to hear frequently from...
I have the honour to acknowledge the receipt of your Excellency’s letter, inclosing a copy of a Proclamation, that you have issued, in consequence of certain irregular and refractory proceedings, which have taken place, in particular parts of some of the States, contravening the laws for raising a revenue upon Spirits, distilled within The United States: And it affords me the sincerest...