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Do you know my Dear Daughter that the date of your last Letter was the 3 of June, since which I have not received a line from you. Perhaps you may have been occupied as I have been by a large family—Providence has been so bountifull to us this Season in the rich and ample supply of Grass, that we can neither procure sufficient hands to cut it; or Barns ample large enough to contain it. we have...
I have just recd. yours of the 29. and enclose the papers noted "to be returned." I think the best, and probably not the most expensive conveyance of Mr. S. will be in a small public vessel, whether she go directly to his destination, or deliver him in France, and unless, previous to his departure, collateral reasons should urge an early communication to France or England, it appears to be...
I hope you will excuse the privelege which I now take. I have lately observed in the public Papers, that a Clerk in your department signified his intentions to resign. If so, please accept my offer to fill any vacancy which may take place. I am aware Sir, That my conduct on this occasion, might be considered premature But when I relate the circumstances under which I Act, the candour and...
The Court left Bayonne on the 26th & 28th. inst. The Emperor is expected at Nantes on the seventh of Augt. and at Rambouillet on the 13th. It is doubtful whether he will touch at Paris. If he should, I shall endeavor to draw from him an answer to the remonstrances I have, at different times, made since November last. These attempts shall however be so regulated as will most effectually prevent...
By the Ship Thalia, Captain Silliman, last from Falmouth, Three Packets for the Secretary State, from Mr. Pinckney, our Minister at London, were yesterday received at this Office; and are forwarded by this day’s Mail Captn. Silliman informed me, that soon after he left Bourdeaux, he was taken & Carried into Falmouth, by a British Cruizer. His Letter bag was taken to the Court of Admiralty, and...
I have just recd. yours of the 29. and inclose the papers noted “to be returned.” I think the best, and probably not the most expensive conveyance of Mr. J: will be in a small public vessel, whether she go directly to his destination, or deliver him in France, and, unless, previous to his departure, collateral reasons should urge an early communication to France or England, it appears to be...
List of the Applicants for Surgeons & Surgeons Mates in the State of Virginia.    By whom recommended. John Hedges. Surgeons M. Jacob D Walker. Surgeon. John Love. John Dawson. Geo: French. Jacob D Williamson. Surgeon. Andrew Moore. John Morrow. William H Brown. Surgeon. Cap: Brahan. R. Porterfield & others. Charles Everett. Surgeon. W. C. Nicholas. Charles Stuart Waugh. Surgeon. P. Hansbrough.