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I have received both your letters, and to supply the demand from Mr: Briesler, now enclose a check on the Branch Bank, for $45. In paying it I wish you to tell Mr: Briesler, that I hope to have no more charges of expence upon the farm, exceeding his estimates by more than double. As to the new assessment on the Middlesex Canal, they must wait for the payment of that, untill I come home—In...
Yours of the 14th: came to hand Saturday Evening—24th: I suppose you were not inconsolable at the loss of your election, and that your expectations had not been raised very high of a different issue—As to the electoral Ticket, I am certainly not one of those who can say I told you so—Nor am I one of those who can say I am not sorry for it—But I do not think crimination against any body can be...
I have the pleasure to inform you that by letters received last evening from members of the legislature of this state, now sitting at Concord, it appears that the votes for Electors of President and V. president have been canvassed, and that the ticket supported by republicans has succeeded by a majority of 702 votes over the opposite ticket. The result was as follows, Republican 9088 Federal...
26 November 1804, Department of State. “I have received your letter of the 30th. June. The imprisonment of Seamen by your authority and at your discretion is altogether irregular and ought to cease. Whenever the powers of the master of a Vessel to preserve discipline on board, by inflicting confinement or other punishment, are inadequate in any case, recourse must be had to the laws of the...
26 November 1804, New Orleans. “Your Letter, of the 23rd of October , with its several enclosures, I have had the Honour to receive. The Captors of the Prize Brig Active are still in this City, and Messrs. Amory & Callender Merchants, are appointed Agents for the British Claimants, but in the absence of the District Judge, no measures can be taken to hasten a Judicial decision. “The Cargo of...
26 November 1804, Hamburg. “By the same Vessel that takes this, I send to New York a Prisoner, named Thomas Clifton, Charged with perjury against the United States, in having falsely sworn, at the Custom house in New York that he was Owner of a certain Ship Caroline, the property of British Subjects and also Charged with barratry towards Mr. Wm. Cramond of Philadelphia, he (Clifton) having...
26 November 1804, Lisbon. “The post of yesterday brings advice from Madrid to the 16th. A private letter of the 14th says that Mr Frere had not then left Madrid.… If he has written any letter to the Minister, Consul, or a private Gentleman whom he is in correspondence with here, nothing has been made public, and the latter denies having received any letters from him. I thought it very possible...
I acknowledge the Reception of Your Excellency’s Letter of the 12th. Inst. in Order to mention at the same Time that the Disappointment, as You are pleased to term it, has occasioned to me no kind of Inconvenience.    As I hope that the Wines have by this Time arrived safely at Washington it will give me Pleasure to learn occasionally that they have answered Your Excellency’s Expectation. I...
I am just arrived here in safety and good health after a journey, of the unavoidable delays, embarrassments, and fatigues of which I had no anticipation. I wrote to thee, on the 2nd. of the 10th. mo. from the southeastermost projection of Tallapoosa River, which I call Point Comfort Next morning (3d) we left Point Comfort, and proceeding on the Southeast side of Alabama River nearly parallel...
I have the pleasure to inform you, that by letters received last evening from members of the legislature of this state, now in session at Concord, it appears, that the votes for Electors of President and V. president have been canvassed, and that the ticket supported by republicans has succeeded by a majority of 702 votes over the opposite ticket. The result was as follows, Republican 9088...