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I take the liberty of recommending to your particular friendship & protection Mr. Corea, a Portuguese of great learning & Science whom I have known for many years a most amiable & honorable man. He is member of most of the learned Societies in Europe, & of that of Philadelphia. He has now chosen the United States for his country, & I feel an interest in his finding friends & other comforts...
I do hereby resign the office of Attorney General of the United States. RC ( DNA : RG 59, Resignations and Declinations, filed under “Rodney”); FC ( DeHi : Brown Collection). RC docketed by Monroe. FC includes a postscript in Rodney’s hand: “N. B. On the day this is dated I delivered my resignation into the Presidents own hands.” On the FC the original date of 25 Nov. 1811 has been deleted and...
It is intimated here, that the two senior Officers of the Light Artillery are soon to be appointed, and that in all probability, they will be selected from the line of the Army. I am not authorized to make any application in favor of Major Porter and indeed he is totally ignorant of this Letter, but as I discover great anxiety in him for promotion, particularly in the Artillery, I think it...
Letter not found. Ca. 5 December 1811. Acknowledged in Jackson to JM, 8 Dec. 1811 . Conveys news that William Henry Harrison and his army have returned safely to Vincennes. Expresses hope that Congress will act decisively.
Thursday—December the 5 th 1811 . Present John Marshall esq r —chief Justice of the united States . Edward Livingston plt } against In Trespass Thomas Jefferson Deft This day came the parties by their attornies, and thereupon the defts
I find I can drive from hence 4. or 5 beeves and as many muttons as we can want; all as fat as they can be; and having to drive these I conclude to drive the hogs also, and kill them at Monticello . the whole will start therefore as soon as the hogs are fat enough. of course we need buy no more beeves. I shall be glad if you will see mr Darnell and tell him that the business here is suffering...
I wrote you on the 21 st of Sep. stating my claim on you for 47 ⅖ barrels of Superfine flour, or 367. D. 55 c their value, at the rate netted me by the 232. barrels recieved from you. this letter was delivered you by mr Griffin , and I have no answer but verbally thro’ him that you decline acknoleging your liability. on my part it is insisted on, being myself perfectly satisfied of it’s...
your note of this morni n g I have rec d & I am to express my utter astonishment at the claim you have therein set forth—such a claim was suggested to me by capt— Mitchell at the time you wished to sell him your wheat, but as to its validity I have never for a moment tho t of it—However that you may be yourself satisfied I will see you tomorow at your own house where the boy tells M r Griffen...
I had left the inclosed papers with mr Griffin in case Scott should have given any further trouble. on his departure he returned them to me, and I think it proper they should be delivered up to you. I state the list of them below. accept the assurance of my respects. 1771. Mar. 16 Richard Tullos’s patent for 374. acres 1797. May 22. Thomas Jefferson’s patent for 100. a s 1795.
I have the pleasure to inform you that on monday last, the discussion of the question of Jurisdiction in Livingstons case Commenced. It was closed on tuesday: and on yesterday the two judges, concurring over-ruled the replication to the plea of jurisdiction. You will pardon me for Suggesting to you, that as the Suit has gone off on a collateral point, it would afford great Satisfaction to the...