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Mr: Wilcox has not yet been here but sent me from Hamburg your favour of February 11. which was the first letter I have been happy enough to receive from you since we left America. When he comes here, I shall be happy to shew him every civility in my power. It is extremely pleasing to hear that the elections for the ensuing completion of the Senate have been so favourable. I believe the time...
I have been just aquented that the notes of invitation for the general meeting been send by Mr Bingham without any signature, the Gentilmen which recceived them where offended and not willing to attend. If you was to approve it Sir another meeting ought to be called by, and in the names of the five Manegers, as a wright, with publiching in the news papers, an article addressed to the public,...
In every transaction of life I believe it will be found that candor and plain dealing (independent of the rectitude of the measure) is the best policy. Proceeding on this ground, I will frankly own, that the reason why I requested other security than the land, and your own bond for the performance of ⟨the⟩ Contract, which you ⟨were⟩ inclined to enter into, for my small tract on Difficult run,...
I arrived in this city on Saturday at noon—about which time I recd your letter of the 29th Ulto. It gives me pleasure to hear that your grain and grass have benefitted by the late rains. As both are liable to great changes from the viscissitudes of weather, mention every week what the then appearance of the fields and meadows are; particular whether any grain is to be expected from the injured...
The Secretary of State has the honor of submitting to the President of the United States a new case, which occurred during his absence, from the minister Resident of the United Netherlands. The documents, connected with the case, and now transmitted are as follows: 1. A commission from the States General of the United Netherlands to Jan Hendrick Christiaan Heineken, bearing date the 17th of...
I wrote you on this day week from New York, stating the causes which had induced a postponement of the settlement with Mr: Dohrman, until I could hear from you on the subject. I returned from New York on Friday evening and have been very unwell ever since, with the fever & Ague, occasioned by a cold caught in travelling, and I drop you this line merely to request as speedy an Answer to my...