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I do not wish to cast a censure upon any man. But it is a pitty that so fine a vessel as the Brig Dolly should be suffered to lie here and rot. her standing rigging cables &c have been exposed at this place for more than 14 months. The commanding officer lives on york-river and comes down only once a quarter to recieve his pay. I will not blame the collecter—the Navy agent—nor the Secretary of...
Mr Latrobe has mentioned to me the necessity of very shortly moving the furniture from the late chamber of the Ho. of Rep.—as this will be attended with some expence; and will naturally fall in the furnishing department, I shall as soon as you may be pleased to furnish me with a written authority, proceed in the business as far as may be necessary at this time—I find, Sir, that the furniture...
P.S. The irregularity and apparent uncertainty in the mails urges me to send this as a duplicate of the foregoing letter, and by a different route; The original was sent by the way of Nashville; this through the State of Georgia. We have not received any information from Mr Briggs, the last mail from Nashville has just arrived, with a few packets only, and not a single one for this place. I...
On the 13th. I enclosed to you a letter I had received from the Havanna, and the same motive suggests the propriety of communicating the following extract of a letter I have this instant received from the same person and place dated the 23d ulto. viz. “I yesterday informed you of an order from his C. Majesty by way of New Providence to the government of this Island, stating that whenever the...