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1[May 1795] (Washington Papers)
May—1st. Came to Wilmington. 2. Arrived at Philadelphia. 15. Thunder, lightning & rain—cool. 16. Wind Northerly in the Morng. 17–18. Cool & cloudy, with the Wind easterly. Same till the 21st. 21. Wind at So. Wt. Warm & very heavy rain. 22. Cloudy all day—Wind So. 23. Raining moderatly till Noon—W[in]d S. W. 24. Clear with the Wind Westerly—rather cool. 25. Clear, & rather cool. Wd. East[er]ly.
Enclosed is the copy of a letter I wrote you from George Town, on Potomac, the 28th ulto; at which time & place I happened to be, as I was returning to this city. As soon as the Tobacco is disposed of (regarding the caution therein contained) ⟨I⟩ pray you to send me by the first American (⟨ne⟩utral) vessel, bound to Potomac, the following articles—viz. 500 Ells of best Oznabrigs 500 Do Do...
Letter not found. Ca. May 1795, Orange. Acknowledged in Taylor to JM, 11 July 1795 . Mentioned in JM to James Madison, Sr., 13 Mar. 1796 . Delivered by Mr. Bennett. Reports on the health of friends and relatives in Virginia. Inquires about Kentucky lands owned by JM and Nelly Conway Madison, Ambrose Madison’s daughter.
May. 1795. William Strickland esq. son of Sr. George Strickland of York in England informs me that about 3. years ago he found in the herald’s office in London papers vouching the following facts. That Sebastian Cabot, having grown old, and become poor, petitioned the crown for some recompence in consideration of his voyages and discoveries in America, and was allowed a pension . That a...
5[Diary entry: 1 May 1795] (Washington Papers)
May—1st. Came to Wilmington.
On my arrival here about ten days ago I found your favor of Jany. 29. for which I am now to thank you. The one from me prior to that you acknowledge and which seems to have miscarried, requested such information as you have now been kind eno’ to give me. If on the further enquiry you propose to make[,] any new light should be thrown on the joint affairs of my late brother and myself, you will...
Letter not found. Ca. 1 May 1795. Acknowledged in Butler to JM, 12 June 1795 . Concerns Robert Goodloe Harper.
I enclose you the Deed from David Ross to William Short for the Twenty shares in the James River Company, I purchased by your directions, which was drawn agreeably to a form obtained from Mr. John Marshall the Companys Counsel. My Charge for Commission amounts to Ten pounds Sixteen shillings at One ⅌ Cent which is at your Debit. I am Sir Yr Most Obd RC ( DLC : William Short Papers);...