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Pardon me if my zeal for the public good hath induced an address to you in your official capacity different from the common rotine of business; yet sir when you reflect on both the importance & delicacy of the subject, I trust this deviation will be excused as I would not be willing to commit myself upon the occasion to any other person except yourself. Thro’ the medium of a correspondence...
With a Heart replete with gratitude, permit me to express to you Sir, the high Sence I shall ever entertain of your kind & very friendly attentions whilst at Phila., no personal considerations could have induced me so soon to have trespassed on your goodness—but the anxious solicitude of my constituants I hope will be a sufficient apoligy for my requesting the favour of your permitting Mr....
I received your Letter of and was very happy to learn that you were so much recoverd; you must be cautious of riding in the Evening. Billious complaints are very hard to remove, and frequently become very allarming; you must have had a spice of the intermitting fever a year ago. It is one of the greatest depressers of the Spirits that I ever experienced. I am much obliged by your attention,...
My duty commands me, to announce to you, my arrival, at this place, on the twelth instant from Canton. The furlough, you were so good, to grant me expires, with this day, and I hasten to make known, my most sincere acknowledgements for the favor. I remain Sir, with the most perfect respect your obedient Servant ( ALS , Hamilton Papers, Library of Congress).
I have the honor of enclosing an Abstract of the Inspection Returns of Major Jackson’s Districts; the District Inspection Return of March was unaccompanied by the Company Inspection Returns, nor have they been received since; those of April were forwarded with that of the District. The Abstract is formed from both of them; though the errors and inaccuracies so obvious in all these Returns,...
Not having the honor of hearing from you on the subject, of Doctor Davis joining the Regiment as second mate, it becomes my duty to communicate to you the necessity of Doctor Douglass having an assistant, the Regimental duty in the medical Department, is really too weighty to rest on one Gentleman—Doctor Douglass has been very attentive to the duties of his station, & I should suppose him...
I recieved with great pleasure your favor of the 11th. inst. by this time I presume the result of your labours is known with you, tho’ not here. whatever it may be, & my experience of the art, industry, & resources of the other party has not permitted me to be prematurely confident, yet I am entirely confident that ultimately the great body of the people are passing over from them. this may...
Your favor of Feb. 28. never came to my hand till the 17th. inst. this must account for the greater portion of the delay which has attended the acknolegement of it. I thank you for the volume of your Agricultural transactions : and as I percieve you take a great interest in whatever relates to this first & most precious of all the arts, I have packed in a small box, a model of a mouldboard of...
I received yours of the 22d yesterday. I have already written you that the president and I are both well satisfied with what you have done respecting help. I forwarded to you the ways , and means in a Letter of April 17th the receit of which I wish to learn as soon as possible. I have never lost any thing by post, and hope that what I then inclosed went safe—a vessel is now here going to...