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Since the date of my last letter, I have received none from you, of course I do not feel very culpable in having suffered so long an interval to elapse without writing, though, if a direct opportunity from this place had offered, I should not have neglected it. In my last, I promised to make out my Account at the commencement of the next Century, & this I intend doing, to accompany the present...
My promise to write to you before your leaving Albemarle was defeated by a dysenteric attack which laid me up for about a week, and which left me in a State of debility not yet thoroughly removed. My recovery has been much retarded by the job of preparing a vindication of the Resolutions of last Session agst. the replies of the other States, and the sophistries from other quarters. The...
My promise to write to you before your leaving Albemarle was defeated by a dysenteric attack which laid me up for about a week, and which left me in a State of debility not yet thoroughly removed. My recovery has been much retarded by the job of preparing a vindication of the Resolutions of last Session agst. the replies of the other States, and the sophistries from other quarters. The...
Tho probabelly you know nothing of me or of the disorders of the County of Wood in which I reside, From the Lamentable situation of that County I use the Liberty of writing to you on that Subject. Notwithstanding your Situation puts you out of reach of any Intrinsic reward that that County can bestow, and that at this Crisis you must be engaged in matters of Importance to the Public, Still...
Beginng of Session. End of do. Absences at the beginning of the session days Absences at the close of the session. days acts passd acts signd by VP 1791. Oct. 24. – 1792. May 8. the V.P. absent from Apr. 18. to May 8. inclus.  21  44  24 1792. Nov. 5. – 1793.
It is very well known that, in the earlier part of their sessions, very little business is done in either house of Congress; & particularly that in the Senate there is rarely a bill even brought in during the first 3. or 4. weeks. in the mean while the Senate is employed in recieving the President’s speech, preparing their address, & is divided into Committees who are digesting business. they...