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This bein y for the Choice of President of the once united States I can not but view it as an eventfull Period: May that guardian Providence (which has hitherto protected this brave and once happy People ) secure to them, in your Person, as chief Majestrate, that Union, Safety and Protection, which is your Wish to cultivate, and Desire to give. I must, respected Sr, whatever is the Event, give...
In the event of the “Bill for the more convenient Organization of the Courts of the United States,” receiving your signature, it is presumed that Recommendations of Persons suitable for the important Offices of Judges in the Circuit Courts will be acceptable to You. We therefore take the Liberty of respectfully recommending to You, the Honble. Egbert Benson of the State of New York, for the...
The House of Representatives having Set unusually late the last two days I have been prevented waiting upon You according to my intention. I beg You Sir to believe that I appreciate with a becoming Sense the high honor You have proposed to confer upon me. I took the liberty of stating the subject to the Chief Justice who was So obliging as to undertake to request your opinion upon the...
Your favor of Jan. 25. came to hand some days ago, and yesterday a gentleman put into my hand, at the door of the Senate chamber, the vol. of the Amer. Museum for 1798. as no letter accompanied it I took it for granted it was to bring under my eye some of it’s contents. I have gone over it with satisfaction. this is the morning of the election by the H. of R. for some time past a single...
I think it my duty to acknowledge the receipt of your letter , enclosing the small Maps . Your favorable Opinion of my Abilities, merits my most sincere thanks: and, approbation coming from so respectable a source, and from one, so capable of ascertaining true worth, adds not a little to my Vanity. Geographical drawings have been my eager pursuit and ambition to excel, almost from my infancy:...
I duely received yours of the 4th. inclosing a Copy of a letter from Jackson & Wharton to Murdo and Fisher— This day was appointed by Jackson & Wharton for a reinspecting of your Tobacco but the snow of yesterday and to day has prevented it but when-ever the weather will permit we have agreed it shall be done— I have seen some 7 or 8 sample’s which is all they have opened of your Tobacco and...
It being the prevailing Opinion, whether well or ill founded, I do not presume to judge, that a Change will be made in the Revenue officers of this State, acting for the United States; permit me in the most respectful Manner to offer myself as a Candidate for the Office of Collector at the Port of Philadelphia. Tho’ I humbly hoped I had some small Claim on the Public, after a Life of Toil &...
[ New York, February 11, 1801. On February 12, 1801, Tilghman wrote to Hamilton : “Your Favor of Yesterday is before me.” Letter not found. ] Tilghman was a lawyer in Philadelphia.