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As I learn from your son, who was good enough to call on me on Friday Evening, that you do not expect to leave Massachusetts, ‘till the middle of November I do myself the Honor of writing to you on present appearances here. The exertions of the enemies of the government in Pennsa. and the weight of a public character & his friends which, in my opinion, has been industriously thrown into that...
You must attribute the delay of my answer to yours of the 26th. of September to the extreme indisposition of my family. In replying now I cannot avoid noticing the Letter which you address’d to Major Ross at the same time and on the same subject and which that Gentleman consider’d himself as authoriz’d to circulate in an hand-Bill whilst my Election was depending. Altho we naturally enter with...
On revolving the subjects, with which I am officially connected, I discover none, deserving the notice of congress, except those, which are comprehended in the necessity of reforming our judicial system. The detail of them would be almost infinite; and certainly too minute for a communication from the executive: Nor can the congress forget the admonitions, which they have already received on...
By yesterdays Post I received a letter from you without date, but suppose from the contents it must have left Mount Vernon on Wednesday last. The letter to Mrs Fanny Washington must be sent to me, because the purpose of it cannot be answered by sending it to her below. The Mansion house surplus hands, may be disposed of as you shall, upon a full view of all circumstances, conceive best; and...
The Plan of the building, as exhibited on the other Side; The manner in which it is connected with the B: Yard; the possition of the outer door wch is to be 8 ft wide into the upper floor from the B. Yard & the entrance from thence into the Octogan or inner building between the braces after passing over the open or treading floor—The situation of the door into the floor below to be 4 ft—and in...
I have taken the liberty to request of you information which you alone perhaps can give me, and which I conceive there is no impropriety in asking—if there is however you will I know not answer—it is only to be ascertained of the fact whether Mr. Charles Carrol of this State, has actually and effectually resigned his Seat in the Senate of the U. States. I am always with true attachment Dr Sir...
I have the honor to inclose you a letter from the Minister of France with sundry papers which accompanied it respecting the unlawful proceedings of a Capt. Hickman of the schooner Dolphin, in bringing away from Martinique sundry slaves the property of persons residing there, and making sale of them in the U.S. and to ask the favor of you to advise what may be proper for punishing all offenders...