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I have had a Recent Intervew with Mr. Rodney on the Subject of his opinion Respecting my Claims on the British government which he informs is in my favour But that he Cannot Give me a Copy without your Permition— This Cause has grown out of the Events of National Revolutions which Removes it from a Private Capture to that of a National Cause and makes it Peculearly hard on the sufferers which...
I am yo friend— Wishing you to Convey this letter to france to the Emper Napolion Bunaparte as my Brother to Inform him that I am anguis to see him Respecting the Pressent Situation of things in that Country as well as that of this there is a grat or however sences to be a disbondent among the [Peable] in this Country of America About I know No know not what or see not what Never the Less I...
I take the liberty to present to you General Horey of South Carolina—a soldier of our revolution, who still retains its principles, and is anxious to be acquainted with you— With much Esteem Your friend & Sert MHi : Coolidge Collection.
I have been honored with your letter of the 2d. inst. with the papers accompanying it.—The impudence of Genl. Skinner as Treasurer of the State has ruined him & injured the republican Interest in this quarter, altho he will ultimately be able to refund the money and altho his predecessors in office have taken simmilar liberties with the money of the State, and were allowed time to refund it...
I had the Honor to receive last Night your note of the 12th Inst. directing that a Commission should be made out for Genl. John Steele as Collector for Philadelphia. This has been done, and Mr Pleasonton has taken the Commission to the Treasury, that it may be forwarded to Lancaster by the Mail which leaves this in the afternoon. With Sentiments of the Highest Respect I have the Honor to be...
Permettés moi de vous rapeller que C’est a une Lettre d Introduction du Respectable Marquis De la fayette en 1787 que je dois L honneur de vous connoitre. J’ai Celui de Correspondre avec vous continuement depuis ce tems. Votre Lettre du. . . de la susdite année et plusieurs autres sont des preuves de L’attachement que j’ai toujours porté a Votre Pays. cet attachement a Eu pour moi des...