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§ From George Tod. 25 August 1805, Youngstown, Ohio . “Herewith is sent a letter from the judges of the supreme Court in this state. Should the President see fit to confer on me the appointment of judge in the Michigan Territory it will be thankfully recieved. Living as I do, remote from the active and informed parts of the Union, it is impossible for me to obtain other letters of...
Your favor of the 19th. is recieved & I now reinclose the Maysville & Washington returns. in sending you the Maysville petition I meant nothing more than to bring the question again under your view, that if any new matter were presented or any old were put into a new light, you might consider it’s effect, and finally do what on reconsideration you judged right. I am perfectly contented with...
It is represented by the parties interested in the ship New Jersey and cargo, for which indemnity is claimed under the late Convention with France, that a disallowance of the claim is likely to proceed from an idea that Insurers do not in such cases take the place of the Insured. As the Convention has provided for its own exposition and execution, it has been thought best that these should be...
§ From Carlos Martínez de Yrujo. 25 August 1805, “Neighborhood of Philadelphia.” “Having been absent from the City for some days, I did not receive until to day your letter of the 18th. current in which you inform me of the capture of the American Brigantine Neptune by a French or Spanish privateer on her passage from the Island of St. Croix to Philada. and in which you enclose me various...
I confess that the inclosed letter from General Turreau excites in me both jealousy & offence, in undertaking, & without apology, to say in what manner we are to recieve & treat Moreau within our own country. had Turreau been here longer he would have known that the National authority pays honors to no foreigner. that the state authorities, municipalities & individuals, are free to render...
I confess that the inclosed letter from General Turreau excites in me both jealousy & offence, in undertaking, & without apology, to say in what manner we are to recieve & treat Moreau within our own country. Had Turreau been here longer he would have known that the National authority pays honors to no foreigner, that the state authorities, municipalities & individuals, are free to render...