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In compliance with your request, we shall now proceed briefly to communicate the points and Authorities, which we intended to urge in the case of the U.S. vs. Fries, if the Conduct of the Court had not unexpectedly deprived us of every hope of Success from these Means of defence. It may be proper to premise, that on the Morning appointed for the Trial, the Presiding Judge in the Presence of...
we reachd this place at half after Six we found the old inhabitants gone, the new inn keepers name Tombes, the people civil and obligeing, every thing very neat Jackson drove very well. Farmer and Favorite lazy Traveller & ceasar brisk I am fully of the mind that a middle Size Horse travels with more ease to himself, and pleasure to the driver. we shall get on Slowly. I had rather have the...
It was highly gratifying to Mr. Vaughan and myself to find by General Dearborn that we still retained a place in the memory of yourself & the President; tho’ we live retired we wish not to be forgotten by those we love & esteem. I do not wonder that you & the President should be surprized at our being able to fill up our time without Politics or dissipation, but when you recollect that we have...
I have received from the Secretary of War, a copy of his letter to you relative to the reduction of the twelve Regiments on the 14th of June next, and informing you that directions will be given by me for the transportation and deposit of the Military supplies with the Troops. Agreeably to this notice I have the honor to inform you that it is proposed to deposit every species of Stores at...
I have transmitted to the Pay Master General an abstract of the numbers of the Twelve Additional Regiments and have urged him to make an estimate of the sums which will be due including the three months extra pay, and without delay to remit adequate funds. I beg you to send for him and to second by your authority the instruction I have given. I am this particular because without great exertion...
The bearer of this is Mr. Genti , my Cook, a very respectable man in his station. He has charge of my baggage. Be so good as to cause it to be transported to camp without delay and let him have a horse to convey himself unless he declines it. Yrs. truly ALS , Lloyd W. Smith Collection, Morristown National Historical Park, Morristown, New Jersey. For background to this letter, see H to Ogden,...
Mr. Genti, has arrived with your baggage, for which a waggon is ready, as also, a horse for himself, there will be no delay in getting them forward. A horse for yourself & two horses for your carevan, with a driver, will be at Paulus-hook to morrow evening. I will have the honor of meeting you at Newerk and Shewing you the way to your quarters, neer the Cantonment. I am with the most perfect...
[ New York, May 19, 1800. On May 30, 1800, Pinckney wrote to Hamilton: “The last post brought me your favours of the 14th: 17th: 19th: & 20th: instant.” Letter of May 19 not found. ]
I send you herewith an abstract of the situation of the Twelve Additional Regiments according to the last returns as to numbers of N C officers and privates with the copy of a letter from the Assistant Adjutant General expressing his opinion as to these returns falling short of the fact. This abstract nevertheless will serve as the standard of an estimate, making some addition to the numbers....
Aagreeably to your letter of the 16th instant, I have examined the several payments made to Captain Ingersolls Company, and find they have been in perfect Conformity with the muster Rolls. The enclosed notes, and extracts from the muster Rolls will more fully Shew the manner in which these artificers have been borne and made up on the rolls since July 1799, which was the time I commenced...