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The memorial of the trustees of Greeneville College in the territory of the United States of America South of the river Ohio representeth. That the Governor legislative council and Assembly of this territory have passed an Act for the purpose of a College to be called the Greeneville College. Our Country is exceeding healthy and abounds with inhabitants who have always been well affected to...
c.1 March 1795 . “For want of opportunity to approach” GW, Brahm is “confined to this public conveyance [newspaper publication] to trust a public concern of great moment in the eyes of thousands.” “Euphratia, impiously called America, after an arrogant European, is inhabited ever since one century after the Deluge by a people originally called Dehutes, descending from one of the ten sons of...
Agreeably to the wish you did me the honour of intimating last session I have endeavoured to obtain information respecting Mr Magowan’s case —I have not been successful though I have written to several gentlemen at & near Annapolis. The inclosed from Mr Duval, the Member, is an answer to a letter I wrote to him, uninformed as I was of his being attorney for the administrator. It may from some...
I have to acknowledge the rect of your letter of the 22d ulto, and shall give you my sentiments upon the several matters required. With respect to the fishery, I am of opinion, that, selling them all to one man, is best: and that if Mr Smith will give five shillings pr thousand for herrings, and twelve shillgs a hundred for the shad, and will oblige himself to take all you have to spare, that...
Letter not found: from William Pearce, 1 March 1795. On 8 March, GW referred to Pearce’s “letter of the 1st of this instt.”
Bringhurst says he has written to you and will write again. Donath is in Philada. He was disappointed in the importation of his Glass, by the Protest of Bills occasioned by the Yellow fever in Philada. If you still want the Glass, it will be proper to renew your orders to Donath. Letters addressed to him to the care of Jno’ Bringhurst, or without that precaution will be pretty sure to get to...
In my last to my father I desired him to let Mr. A. Fontaine or some other friend in Louisa know that I could not be in the district before the election &c. I now inclose a letter to him, which I wish you to seal & forward. If no certain conveyance offers in time, it will [be] requisite to send it to Louisa Court House on the day of the Election; and by Morda. Collins if necessary. Since the...
The Gentleman who will have the Honour of presenting this letter to you (Mr. John Millar) has been long a particular friend of mine, and I can with great confidence recommend him to your acquaintance, as a man of worth, learning, and talents. I shall leave to himself the detail of the circumstances which have suggested to him the plan of settling in America, and shall content myself with...