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Hoping to have, very speedily, an opportunity of testifying my Esteem of you, at your own house, in propria personâ; I now take the freedom of making a previous intreaty that you would find from Judge Cranch the origin of the Katascoptic Club; which met at the Chamber of Edmd. Quincy 3. times in a Chamber at in the Widow Salter’s House where Gl. Donnison now lives; – in 1756 or 57. I beg you...
Capt: Nathl. Harvey of the Ship Eliza of Baltimore Joseph Street & others owners died here on the 7 Novr. last & not having prior to his decease appointed any one to take charge of his effects I esteemed it to be my duty to attend thereto agreeably to the Law of the UStates in such cases. I herewith transmit my accounts with said Estate that you may take Steps as the Law provides for...
When I sent on my accounts for disbursements made about the expedition against Aaron Burr, I charged the department of War for the Horse which I purchased for the use of Mr Chew. It seems that I made a charge against an improper office. I was instructed by the accountant to exhibit the same against the department of which you have superintendence. Accordingly I enclose the same voucher, which...
By the death of Mr. Gurley, who filled the place of Commissioner of the land Office in this Territory that situation has become vacant. As it is within the immediate gift of the Genl. Government, & understanding that applications for vacant situations when sought after, are customarily addressed to you, I have, presumed in consequence of that information, as also on the circumstance of my...
Believing it may be well to inform the President of the United States of the proceedings and animadversions of the Legislature of this State on the Subject of the United States road from Cumberland to the Ohio, I ask the favor of your medium The extraordinary Resolution of Mr. Espy in the HR which you may have seen, and its unexpected Support was in the course of discussion finally brought to...
When Major Newton commanded the Militia in Norfolk, some letters were sent to him by Sir Robert Laurie, for the purpose of being delivered to the British Consul who, I presume, was charged with the distribution of those addressed to different persons in the United States. These letters, being all under seal, could not be delivered; and Major Newton did not think it proper to send a flag for...
I crave your reference to the annex’d Copy of my last respects to you of the 9th Ulto to which I have not been honor’d with a reply.   I have only to repeat the same anxiety & to request your Excellency will under the Circumstances of the case, give it Consideration— With Sentiments of perfect Respect, I remain Sir your Ob Hble Sevt MHi : Coolidge Collection.
An act to extend the terms of credit on certain revenue bonds, which passed both houses nine days ago, should be sent immediately to the collectors. But on application to the office of Secy. of State, it was answered that it had not yet been deposited there. I wish also to have the new supplementary embargo act as soon as it is signed. It would save time if it was sent to me to be transcribed...
I have duly received your favor of the 7th. inclosing 425$:—   Colo. Monroe is now in Albemarle. so soon as he returns, he shall be paid as you direct. The two boxes from Alexandria have not yet arrived. I am Dear Sir Yr. Mt. humble Servt. MHi : Coolidge Collection.
I am sure you can too justly estimate my occupations to need an apology for this tardy acknolegement of your favor of Feb. 27. I cannot but be deeply sensible of the good opinion you are pleased to express of my conduct in the administration of our government. this approbation of my fellow citizens is the richest reward I can recieve. I am conscious of having always intended to do what was...