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Our Little Town of Quincy is become so rich that they can vote a Thousand Dollors to Build a School House, Yet cannot pay a Tax to their Minister which has been Due for more than two years. Your proportion of the Tax for the present Year including your part of the 300 for the School house is 187 Dollors 30 cents. the Braintree Tax I have not yet seen. both the collector & the School committe...
2[Diary entry: 2 March 1796] (Washington Papers)
2. Same kind of day, & Wind as yesterday—with spitting of Snow.
I had the honor to address you under date of the 26th ultimo, informing of my having closed the business respecting the property at the junction of the Potomac & Shanandoah Rivers &c. Agreeably to my promise at that time, your account current should have been forwarded by the last Post; but I was called to Alexa. on business which prevented its being prepared. It is now enclosed, and I hope...
Being inform’d of your having it in contemplation to appropriate the Virginia donation shares of the James river compy to the purpose of an endowment for the Establishment of a University somewhere above the Blue ridge in the state of Virginia; and being well assured that information relative to a situation, would be acceptable (however small a light it might throw upon the subject) I have...
From a variety of causes I am induced to write this Letter, but the main one is, to prevail on you to suffer your self to be nominated for the insuing election of President. The consequences resulting from your nomination alone, will silence the faction opposed to your person, & your Administration; your election, of which their can be no doubt, will demonstrate to all America, that the...
I wrote you two letters in the course of the last twelvemonths to wit May 26. and Sep. 6. 95. and have recieved from you those of Sep. 7. 94. and June 23. 95. neither of which were late enough to inform me if either of mine had got to hand. In those I gave you all the details public and private which my situation enabled me to do. In the last I asked the delivery of a note to Frouillé for some...