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I had for some time contemplated offering you my congratulations on the auspicious event of your marriage, before the authentic annunciation of it, under your own hand. I noticed, with very lively pleasure this accession to the fund of happiness, which, if the wishes of friendship can avail, will be as inexhaustible as the Bank of my friend’s personal merits. You have been as prompt to...
A courier has just arrived from Russia. The emperor demands the fulfilment of certain secret articles in his treaty with France among which are compensation for the king of Sardinia the perfect independance of the Italian states the affairs of Germany to be regulated jointly between them and as a consequence of it the withdrawing the troops from Hanover or the Russian chargé d’affaires is to...
26 July 1804, New Orleans. “I enclose you a paper containing a Memorial to Congress, of which I have heretofore advised you. It is generally acknowledged, that Mr. Edward Livingston is the author of this production, and indeed he himself avows it. Mr. Daniel Clark is to carry the memorial to several Districts and to solicit Signatures. He sets out on his mission (I learn) on tomorrow, and...
The Secretary of the Treasury has referred to me a letter of the 3. instant from Isaac Neufville of Charleston, Son of John Neufville Commissioner of Loans in South Carolina, a copy of which it appears has been forwarded to you. The letter states that Mr. Neufville the Commissioner, is incapable, through sickness, to transact the business of the Office, and that the duties are performed by the...
I enclose Mahlon Dickerson’s answer by which it appears that he will accept the office of Dist. attorney at New Orleans, but that a few weeks will be necessary to close his professional business in Philadelphia. I answer him that it would be eligible that he should be in N. Orleans the first week in October but at all events to arrange his business so as to be there in the course of that...
I received last evening the note you did me the honor to write communicating your intentions to confer upon me the appointment of Judge of the Superior Court of the orleans territory—It has for some time past been my wish to remove thither provided I could take with me that approbation of the Executive of the U States which this mark of its confidence indicates—You will therefore be pleased...
I have long wished to write to you but would not untill I could do it myself. all the children are well except little Virginia, she has been sick but is now much better adieu My Dear Grand Papa you must excuse the faults of this letter for it is the first I ever attempted to write and believe me to be your most affetionate Grand Daughter [note on cover by ?:] Voi amante qui vedete quanto amor...