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The Weather is realy too bad, to walk, or I should have waited on you personaly I am almost certain, you must, be in want of some little matters.—If you Approve of these two hankerfs:—I can procure more at same Rate ie, 4/6—and should you think of any Other Article—Mr. Mc.Munn—or his servant—is almost every day in Town, and calls, here—you could be Accomodated without the trouble of sending...
You are probably anxious to hear of the election, and indeed it is the only thing of which any thing is said here: and little known even of it. the only actual vote known to us is that of this state . 5. for A. & P. and 5. for J. & B. those who know the Pensva legislature best, agree in the certainty of their having no vote. Rhode isld. has carried the Fedl. ticket of electors by about 200 in...
I have examined my correspondence with Col: Little and Mr Strode respecting the proposed road ; I find Colonel Little only engaged to join with Mr. Strode in tracing the ground, in which he said three other gentlemen one a surveyer and all good Woods men, would assist; but I never heard of anything being done; and unless Mr Strode was on the ground (and of this he would probably have...
Permit me to introduce to your Notice William Tate Esqr. late an Elector to vote for a President & Vice President of the U.S. who goes charged with the Vote of that Body to you, & to assure you of the great Respect & Esteem of Sir your Obt. Servt. RC ( DLC ); at foot of text: “Thomas Jefferson Esquire Vice President of the United States”; endorsed by TJ as received 12 Dec. and so recorded in...