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Your kind favor reached me the last Wednesday and I left town early on Thursday Morning with my two little ones to try the effect of change of air I thank God it has answer’d beyond my most sanguine hopes and the our dear Babe has return’d in much better health and spirrits. I have recieved a kind invitation from Aunt Cook which I have accepted and propose going in about a week it is twelve...
I should with regret pass over another Day. It is left however to your discretion. If the Fort is agreed on, it will [be] impossible to make an early business without fatigue. What you shall do will be satisfactory to me—except an early Morning hour. I have no predilection for time. From 7 to 12 is the least pleasant—but anything so we but get on. If you go out, leave a line for me with your...
[ New York, July 9, 1804. Nathaniel Pendleton described the seventh item on a list of ten, which were given to him after Hamilton’s death, as a “Letter to John B. Church inclosing an assignment of some debts.” Letter not found. ] See “List of Papers Given to Nathaniel Pendleton,” July 19, 1804 . See “Assignment of Debts and Grant of Power of Attorney to John B. Church,” July 9, 1804 .
Know all Men by these Presents, That I Alexander Hamilton of the City of New York Counsellor at law, in consideration of one Dollar to me in hand paid by John B Church Esquire, (the receipt whereof is hereby acknowleged) have bargained sold assigned and conveyed and hereby do bargain sell assign & convey to the said John B Church all and singular the debts due owing and payable to me: which...
A Copy of a list of Debts assigned to John B Church Esquire per Deed Dated 9th. July 1804 paid James & William Sterling 75 pd Isaac Clason 160 no William Bell—Robinson & Hartshorne 50 pd Mess. Jenkins (Riggs) 50 pd Pierre Van Cortland } 40 late L. Governor pd P. Jay Monroe paid
In the Name of God Amen! I Alexander Hamilton of the City of New York Counsellor at Law do make this my last Will and Testament as follows. First I appoint John B Church Nicholas Fish and Nathaniel Pendleton of the City aforesaid Esquires to be Executors and Trustees of this my Will and I devise to them their heirs and Assigns, as joint Tenants and not as Tenants in common, All my Estate real...
1. The parties to leave the City at 5 O Clock A. M Wednesday morning 11th Instant. 2. The distance between the parties to be 10 yards & the Pistols not to exceed 11 Inches in the barrel. The Seconds to determine by lot the choice of Positions and the Giving of the word. 3. The parties being placed at their Stations—The Second who gives the words shall ask them whether they are ready. Being...
Mr. Pichon presents Mr Madison his respects and begs him to receive his apologies that he leaves Washington City to go perhaps as far as Phila. without taking leave of Mr. Madison. The resolution of going so far is sudden. Mrs Pichon’s State of mind requires it. Mr. Madison may continue to adress any communications he may have for Mr P. at his house at Washington. Mr & Mrs. Pichon expect that...
9 July 1804, Leghorn. No. 8. “Conceiving it my duty to give you what information I collect in those parts give me leave to forward for your perusal the enclosed extract of a letter from Algiers which I have no time to translate: since I have seen a letter from a person in Office at Algiers which informs us that a British Ship of War arrived there with the Consul for Tripoli on board and has...
9 July 1804, Haverhill, Massachusetts. “We like children of the strongest attachments to a Parent, in time of real distress fly to our Political head for advice and assistance; our trouble at this moment, is, the Capture & long detention of our Vessel prosecuteing a legal voyage to the WIndies, she was taken by one of his Majestyes Ships of War and after being detained nearly two months at...