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Enclosed is a copy of a letter from Captain Alexr. Gibson dated Staunton April 6th. Captain Gibson being stationed at Staunton in Virginia on the recruiting service, may be considered, as to what relates to that object, under your superintendance, you will, therefore, give such orders in the premises as you may think proper I have the honor to be, with great respect, Sir, your most Obd Hb St (...
2[Diary entry: 21 April 1799] (Washington Papers)
21. Morning clear & calm. Mer. at 42. But little wind all day & that No. Westerly. Mer. 54 at Night. A B. Heppesley Coxe Esqr. recomd. by Mr. Bingham came here to dinnr. b. heppesley coxe : probably John Francis Buller Hippisley Coxe of Stone Easton, Somerset, Eng. He was the son of James Buller of Devon and his wife, Mary Hippisley Coxe Buller, of Somerset. In 1793 Young Buller by royal...
Your letters of the 21st of March and 11th instant are both before me. By the first, it appears that you had shipped by Captn Hand for Alexandria, on my a/c, 12 lbs. of white Clover Seed and the like quantity of Lucerne; but none has been delivered by him at the Custom house, or elsewhere that I can discover, which is a considerable disappointment to me; for depending thereon I enquired for no...
Having observed a List of appointments in which my name was not inserted has filled me with disquiting apprehensions lest for some reason or other it may be entirely omitted. Although it was the opinion of some of my friends that I might have rested securely on the honorable testimonials of services during the late war from yourself and other respectable characters which were transmitted [to]...
Your favor of the 19th is before me, and for the details it contains respecting my buildings in the City, I thank you. As I do for directing the exterior door Cills thereof to be made of Stone. I never attended so closely to the specification of the work, as to know they were, originally, intended to be of Wood; On the contrary, as the Frontispiece was to be of Stone I took it for granted that...