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I duly received your favor of April 9 & am much gratified with that affectionate attachment, which you express for me. The mode you have adopted to mark your regard is very flattering. All that I can say to you upon this occasion is, God bless the brave boy to whom you have given the name of MHi : Adams Family Papers, Letterbooks.
I have received the letter you did me the honor to write me on the 20th of April and in answer to the enquiry in it, I have the pleasure to inform you, that on the 16 of April I answered your former favor, acknowledging the receipt of it with the letter inclosed from my friend La Fayette. In this letter I inclosed an answer to that illustrious but unfortunate gentleman and requested the favor...
The trial of the Gentlemen who were indicted for a Riot & Assault & Battery upon William Duane, was lately decided in the Mayor’s Court. Counsel for the Prosecutor were Dickerson, Cooper & Dallas—for Defendants, M. Levy and Rawle. By a mode of proceeding before this Court, the Defendant may first plead the general issue, Non cut and afterwards retract it, & submit to the Court, protesting his...
Without any other title to the liberty I take, that [ sic ] what may be allowed me from the respect I have learned to entertain for your virtues and talents, exerted in the cause of my country, and which I have in a much humbler sphere endeavored to emulate, I have take[n] the liberty of addressing you, and even in this first instance to solicit a favor. The publication of “ The Aurora ” tho’...
Unaccustomed to flattery, and totally unused to the formality of state epistles, I shall without consulting any person, or studying any courtly form, address you with the freedom of a republican, as the political father of a great family, in which I consider myself, in point of pecuniary resources, a needy member.—In doing this I shall rely on the urbanity of which I feel persuaded you are...
Your very obliging favor of March 21: came safe to hand. The sentiments you express in favor of the energies of our own Country; I highly approve: nothing else can secure the domination of the republican interest. The tory party are far from being satisfied at the late change, & it must be expected that the friends of the British Government will do every thing in their power to restore the old...
As I am one of a Company forming to endeavour to Make plaster of Paris Serviceable to the United States in the growth of Corn & other things & hearing of your politeness & Candour in giving An Answer Upon Any Subject to those Who had the honour of addressing you I have took the Liberty to address you in this way & Ask you how Plaster Answers on the Grounds in Virginia being Sensible that if...
I have lately been honoured by a Letter from you dated 19 Decr. 1800, transmitted by the Collector of Baltimore. It gives me much satisfaction that I find therein so full approbation of my conduct as may be inferred from the observation that any Particular Instructions are rendered unnecessary by the manner in which I have executed my Office. I am aware that there is a certain respect due to...
10 May 1801, Paramaribo. Has received Marshall’s 19 Dec. 1800 letter sent by collector of Baltimore. Interprets it as approval of his conduct; has found in West Indies that when his language and manner have been mildest, he has been unsuccessful. U.S. trade to the colony is under caprice of local collector, who misuses his authority and enforces unimportant regulations to fill his purse....