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I thank you, my dear Sir for the promptitude of your Answer to my last Letter, and for inclosing the misterious one to you, which however has every Appearance of honesty about it. My Daughter Started the Idea that it might be our Friend Wm. Smith of Charlestown who married Miss Izzard: but the Date of the Letter is New York. My Daughter, upon my Receipt of your Letter wrote to her Husband on...
Mr. Thom, who heretofore was authorized to draw upon you for the sums awarded under the 7th. article of the Treaty with England, which were payable here, being absent, I have to request you to pay such as, remaining unpaid, may be hereafter called for, to the order of S. Pleasonton. I have the Honor &c. DNA : RG 59—DL—Domestic Letters.
Your letter of the 29th. ult has been duly received. As the case, to which it, has reference, in its present situation, turns on questions of law, it is thought proper to submit it to the Attorney General, whose opinion, when obtained, will suggest the answer to be given to you. In the mean time it will be well to enable yourselves to place in a clear and certain point of view the result of...
I had the honour to write you on the 2d of dec. last, since which I have recd. Mr. Jacob Wagner’s letter of the 1st of Octo., and your enclosures of the President’s message at the opening of Congress on ye. 2d of dec. and a copy of the act suspending the act prohibiting the importation of certain goods, wares and merchandize passed on ye. 19th of dec. and it is my duty to acquaint you Sir,...
I am induced to apply to you on the present occasion by an incidental hint which fell in conversation from a very intelligent gentleman in this city, who enquiring the progress of my edition of Dr. Franklin’s works, suggested that I ought to make application for liberty to copy such articles as might be deemed of value, of Dr. Franklin’s political productions while he was abroad, and that...
Your last communications were of Decr. 24 and Jany 9th. The bearer Mr. Hollins, intending to go directly to Madrid, I take the favorable opportunity of sending another copy of my letter of Jany 20th. and of its inclosure on the subject of the Marquis de Casa Yrujo. This gentleman continues at Philada. and in its neighbourhood, giving out occasionally, it would seem, that he will soon leave the...
I return you Monroe’, Armstrong’s, Harris’s & Anderson’s letters, & add a letter & act from Govr. Mc.Kean to be filed in your office. The proposition for separating the Western country mentioned by Armstrong to have been made at Paris is important. But what is the declaration he speaks of? For none accompanies his letter, unless he means Harry Grant’s proposition. I wish our ministers at...
On the 3d. & 9th of January per H B M Ships Anson & Arethusia via Jamaica, I had the honor of informing you of the capture of Curaçao, and on the 13th March per the Brig Patty via New York of forwarding my Report of the Commerce of the United States with that Island. A Duplicate of which you will find enclosed. The conduct of the British there has been truly tyranical and oppressive. They...
I have had the honour, to address you under dates of the 1st of March, 20th of May, 3d of July, 22d of Augt., 20th of Octo. & 15th of nov. last, and as yet have not been favored with your Reply, nor do I know, whether my letters have reached you in Safety. Altho’ I am sensible, that you are not the regular channel of my official correspondence, & that I have in the above instances departed...
I recieved yesterday a letter from mr Cathalan informing me that mr Appleton had drawn on him for 34 D 33c amount of the 2. boxes of Maccaroni & Parmesan cheese forwarded by the Wm. Bingham to Baltimore, which will enable you to assess the duties. I salute you with esteem & respect MHi : Coolidge Collection.