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Mr Harrison states that the swords purchased by Mr Livingston for the State of Virginia cost 257 dollars & 22/100. In order to close the business, the easiest mode would be that you should write to Govr. Tyler to remit that sum to the Treasurer of the United States on account of Mr Livingston; which paymt. being passed to his credit will balance that item in his accounts. Govr. Tyler may, I...
Had not Mr Brent came in & interupted our Conversation I should have mentioned some applications to me from Kentucky to Solicit the Appointment of Governor of Louisiana Territory Particularly one from John Rowan Esqr in behalf of Joseph H Davies Esqr. Mr Rowan calls Mr Davies an honest federalist, & presumes that you will have no Objection to Call forth tallents such as Mr Davies Possesses in...
I have the honor of sending you by Captain Fenwick, a copy of Mr. Bottas’ “ Storia della guerra americana [”]: this is a solid work, and is well written. The Author has been occupied with it more than three years. I had the honor of writing to you by the Ship Madison . I shall not, at present, renew the subject which so deeply interests me. I still hope that you will continue me here as...
26 January 1810. No. 2. Asserts that France has espoused the cause of universal monarchy since the time of Louis XIV and its inherent power is dangerous to the liberties and peace of Europe. Laments that the king of England has been so stupid as “to break down every barrier which wisdom and genius could … build up against the universal despotism of the natural enemy of his country.” The...
Your letter of the 21 st brought to my mind Col o Bentley’s business. I immediately examined the papers, & calculated the balance due, a small one, and wrote to mr James Pleasants a statement of the account, authorising him on paiment of the balance to Gibson & Jefferson in Richmond , to convey the lands to Col o Bentley discharged of all further claims on my part. Francis
You were one of the Commissioners (and now I believe the only surviving one) for carrying into execution a decree of the court of Chancery for the sale of a tract of land in Goochland mortgaged to me by the late W m Ronald to secure a debt. you are therefore acquainted with the case without further explanation. I recieved some time ago, through mr Eppes , a request from Col o Bentley ,...
Copy of the statement of paiments furnished by Col o Bentley . ‘the following paiments have been made to mr Hanson , as p r statement given by him to the Commissioners, & by one of them to me. £ s d 1797. Aug. 5 . then rec d through the hands of