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Previous to my return to this City, I recd. a letter from Mrs. Adams, your highly respectable Mother, communicating your anxiety to leave a situation rendered insupportable by the ruinous expences found to be inseparable from it; & taking for granted that you had written or would write to the Secy. of State to the same effect. The answer to her was, that as it was not the intention of the...
I delivered to Mr. Eno the two Ewes allotted to you by Mr Jarvis, which he selected out of the whole Flock recd. by the Ship Citizen. I have this day delivered to him the two other Ewes which he selected out of the same Flock, next after yours. The Freight of your two Ewes is Six Dollars each, and I estimate your propo: of the expences attending them since they were landed, at one dollar. You...
I have taken the liberty of inclosing to you a letter to my friend Mrs. M and one to Mr. Coles. I hope this will find your self and Mrs. M in the enjoyment of perfect health. It leaves my family and our friends generally in the enjoyment of that blessing. I am sure you are pleased at the event of our election, The result in Lyons district will shew that when ever a man deviates from Correct...
16 October 1810, Scituate, Massachusetts. Recommends the appointment of Gideon Granger to the Supreme Court. RC ( DNA : RG 59, LAR , 1809–17, filed under “Granger”). 1 p. Charles Turner, Jr., served as a Republican representative from Massachusetts in the Eleventh and Twelfth Congresses.
I have received your kind letter , with the seeds & M r Vater’s book . I beg you to accept of my thanks for your attention. M r Vater , I find, has made very free use of my publication on the American languages, but not, indeed, without acknowledgment, in several instances. I have not time at present, to study his book. I think, Sir, we should not be too liberal in sending our collections of...
I have duly recieved your favor of the 10 th . those of Aug. 11. 13. & 25. would have been sooner acknoleged also, but that your motions did not permit me to know whither to address a letter. I have to thank you for the various pieces furnished, and your many attentions to aid me in this suit. I have lately been much advised to rest the question on the plea that what I did was done by me as...
I now dispatch a cart for the two ewes you have been so kind as to select for me, and I will thank you for a line designating which is the Paular and which of the Aquirrez breed. the bearer James takes with him provisions for them on their journey. I should be glad he could be dispatched immediately. he will be a safe hand to bring the box of silver goblets. when shall we see you? P.S. I think...