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I yesterday received your kind Letter of March 5 th and congratulate you and the Judge upon your safe arrival at N york. I assure you I was under serious apprehensions for your safety when I found you gone; I had sent Betsy to your Lodgings to inquire after your Health, a few moments after you were gone. I did not know how to credit it when she returnd with the News— I will not say, you took...
2[Diary entry: 9 March 1798] (Washington Papers)
9. Morning—Sun rose red—thin gauz Clouds—Wind No. Et. Mer. 38. Clear afterwards & wind at So. Wt. Mer. 50 at Night 52 at height. Colo. Heath went away after breakfast.
In the year 1772 a survey of 28,627 acres was made by William Crawford on the Ohio & the great & little Sandy Rivers—By a certificate with your signature, filed in the Registers Office of this State, it appears the survey was to be patented in the names of John Savage & sixty others whose names are inserted in the certificate —A petition was prefered to our last Assembly to have an Act passed...
I have just recd a Letter for you from General Putnam which he put under cover to me in answer to one transmitted by the request of Mr McHenry. Dispatches have been recd from the Envoys but the contents are yet but partially known; it is certain that no progress towards an accomodation has been made, & not a hope of success exists while the present men, shall continue at the helm of...