You
have
selected

  • Date

    • 1802-09-04

Author

Sort: Frequency / Alphabetical

Show: Top 9

Recipient

Sort: Frequency / Alphabetical

Show: Top 3

Period

Dates From

Dates To

Search help
Documents filtered by: Date="1802-09-04"
Results 1-10 of 10 sorted by date (ascending)
  • |<
  • <<
  • <
  • Page 1
  • >
  • >>
  • >|
Mr. Fitch’s Notes Sep. 4. 1802. Beginning 7. C. 40. S 15. po. 60 above the Road at a Hickory & two Chesnuts pointers in the old Line thence po C L 18. S 60 W— 9— pointers in a Bottom 79. S 50— W— 39— 25 Chesnut Oak
This Indenture made the fourth Day of September in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and two Between James Donatianus Le Ray de Chaumont of the first Part, Gouverneur Morris of the second Part and Alexander Hamilton of the third Part. Whereas it hath been agreed by and between the Parties of the first and second Part that the said Party of the second Part shall pay to the said...
I fully intended to have dined with you to day but going to Town the two last days & forgetting that I ought to observe a regimen, I have brought back in some degree the complaint which lately annoyed me & which requires to be well watched. This must deprive me of the pleasure of seeing you. I send Schedules of the papers required of Tillier, all which have been put into my hands—the bill to...
Having found an assistant I am enabled by this Post to forward the enclosed letter, and my answer to and from Mr: Nissen at Tripoli with my answer to his letter of the 8th: of July. I refer you to my dispatch No: 12. of last year dated September the 27th. 1801, for the reason which induced the Danish Comodore to adopt this pusillanimous conduct, he thinks he has effected a great deal by...
4 September 1802, Falmouth. “I am much obliged to thee for thy favor of the 16th June; prior to the receipt of which I had desired my Freinds to recommend another Person to the situation proposed for myself. I assure thee I wou’d not intentionaly do any thing or accept any public situation, that wou’d be improper for a Consul of the United States of America to hold.… I beg leave to assure thee...
4 September 1802, New York. Transmits a copy of his 17 Aug. letter “on the supposition that it may not have reached you” and requests an answer. “The prevalence of the Fever in Philadelphia has hitherto prevented me from proceeding there with my family, you will therefore be pleased to direct to me at this place.” RC ( DNA : RG 59, CD , London, vol. 8). 1 p. A full transcription of this...
4 September 1802, Buck Spring, North Carolina. Notes that the appointment of the present marshal for North Carolina will expire in December. “If he wishes to be reappointed, I have no doubt but he ought to be continued. If however he should not, I do not now know, but it would be adviseable to appoint Mr. Lockhart. I will however make the necessary enquiry before the meeting of Congress, and...
I am much obliged to thee for thy favor of the 16th June; prior to the receipt of which I had desired my Friends to recommend another Person to the situation proposed for myself. I assure thee I wou’d not intentionaly do any thing or accept any public situation, that wou’d be improper for a Consul of the United States of America to hold; as I esteem my present appointment superior to any other...
I had the honor to write you the 17th. Ultimo, advising you of my Arrival he re. I now annex a Copy of that Letter, on the supposition that it may not have reached yo u; & have to request that you will favor m e with an Answer as soon as convenient. The prevalence of the Fever in Philadelphia ha s hitherto prevented me from proceeding there wi th my family. You will therefore be pleased to...
I Shall not trouble you with any apology for the abrupt and uncourtly manner in which I presume to introduce myself to your notice; as I can hardly suppose you have; at any time heretofore heard my name mentioned. Hence, Sir, I feel myself constained to indulge a little to egotism, (however unpolite) that you may be thereby better enabled to determine in what point of view you ought to...