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Company, unexpected, & avocations unavoidable, have for several Days occupied my whole Time, & left me but a few moments to address my absent Friend, & to thank him for his Letter, forwarded by Mr Cogswell— I am rejoiced to hear both from Mr Nichols & you, that your College affairs, wear so favourable an Aspect—It must be consoling to Government, & lighten the oppressive Cares, of those who...
The enclosed Letters from Governor Harrison create a strong presumption that hostilities will not be commenced by the Indians. The movement with a respectable force up the Wabash proposed by the Governor appears from the light in which things are placed, to be adviseable: and in preference to militia it appears to me that Boyd’s Regt. (who are distant from Newport where they are now halted to...
The accounts handed me by mr Garland have been examined. those from the autumn of 1809. are as I expected; because at that time I directed mr Griffin to have his whole dealings at your store. those preceding that period were unknown to me. it is possible they may have been mentioned to me, altho’ I have no such recollection. but my memory is not sufficiently faithful to enable me to speak...
I have sold my wheat crop of this place at what shall be given in Richmond from the 16 th of the present, to the 25 th of the ensuing month, deducting 2/ for carriage & all other expences. I must rely on your friendship to be on the watch for this maximum, and to be furnished at the close of the period with a certificate by which I may settle with the purchaser. that of Albemarle I shall have...