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Your favour of March 30th I received last Evening. The Subject of it is of great importance I have been absent from my Country and my home for So great a part of the last two and thirty Years, that I have never had an opportunity to be intimately Acquainted with the Affairs of the University or the Characters of the Gentlemen who have the immediate or mediate Government of it. This I have seen...
§ From Thomas Auldjo. 2 April 1806, Cowes. “I embrace the opportunity of a Ship bound direct from hence to your neighbouring port, to convey Copy of my respects of the 24th January which I beg to confirm. Since then the Captures of American Ships by British Cruizers have been confined to two or three within my district & these have been released almost immediately on their arrival in port. I...
§ From William Lambert. 2 April 1806, Washington. “I inclose a copy of a circular letter, addressed without distinction of party, to all the members of both Houses of Congress, and also to the President of the United States. I find myself compelled, from the treatment I have received, to take a step of this kind, and the respect I have for your person and character, induces me to make the...
§ From Frederick Jacob Wichelhausen. 2 April 1806, Bremen. “I had the honor to write to you on the 7th Ult; informing you of three battalions of prussian troops having been quartered in this city again, and have now to communicate to you a resolution taken by the King of Prussia, which has caused much sensation in this city, as it prohibits the commerce and navigation of England to this...
Some days since, I had the honor to transmit to you a table for computing the Moon’s longitude, latitude, &c. at any intermediate time between 0 and 12 hours, which may be called Table I; and I now beg leave to request your acceptance of the inclosed table for ascertaining the Moon’s hourly motion or velocity, as Table II, connected with, and essential in practice, to the former. I have never...
Mr Law presents his respects to Mr. Jefferson, with the production of his leisure hours last Summer, and which the subsaquent agitations of Agues & Fevers have prevented him from finishing more worthy Mr Jeffersons perusal— DLC : Papers of Thomas Jefferson.
Your letter of the 24th. instant has impressed me beyond measure. I feel with its utmost force the obligation that every man is under to render service to his country, and permit me to say my devotion and attachment to you are such, that it wou’d be with the utmost reluctance I wou’d with hold my services when called upon by you. For wou’d I do it, but for considerations that I am sure you...
  In compliance with the request made in your note of yesterday we recommend Mr Joseph Kerr as a proper person to be a commissioner of the western road. This gentleman resides near the seat of Government of the state of Ohio 160 miles from the nearest termination of the road on the river Ohio and as far as we can decide can have no interest in its termination other than the public good. He is...
  Enclosed you will receive a letter of recommendation in compliance with your request. I have been informed that some of the Gentlemen from Maryland are desirous to have some person who lives at or near Cumberland appointed a road commissioner under the Law lately passed. With a view to your information permit me to state that it was generally understood both in the Senate & H of...