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I am much obliged to you for your favour by Mr. Milliken, both on account of the information which you were so kind as to communicate, and because I did harbour some fears that I might have been too troublesome in my previous Communications to you. I have read with high satisfaction your treatise on neutral rights. To my judgement it is clear & decisive beyond all contradiction: but alas! such...
I return you the papers on Clarke’s claim, which indeed I have not considered with all the attention which should be done were this an ultimate decision, but my first impression is that the claim ought to be rejected. It is clearly a claim for money, not for land. The Commrs. of N. Y. were constituted a special court of justice to distribute the 30,000 D. of Vermont according to right, & they...
In a hurry of business the 4th. day of this month, Capt. Solomon Southw ick at a late hour in the evening appeared for his Papers, and owing to the same, papers belonging to another Vessell were delivered him, which without any examination he le ft the Office went on board and sailed the following morning very early; & allthough the mistake was found out the evening of his Sailing the evil...
I return you the papers on Clarke’s claim, which indeed I have not considered with all the attention which should be done were this an ultimate decision but my first impression is that the claim ought to be rejected. It is clearly a claim for money, not for land. The Commrs. of N.Y. were constituted a special court of justice to distribute the 30,000. D. of Vermont according to right, & they...