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Permit me to introduce to you Mr. Richard Cranch Norton, a young Gentleman of liberal Education at our old Alma Mater. His name will inform you of his genuine puritanical blood. He is a nephew of your neighbor Chief Justice Cranch. He has a brother whose name is Edward Norton and both of them Sons of a Learned Divine of Weymouth, whose Orthodoxy can be surely no impeachment of his Patriotism....
I agree with you that The Ocean ought to be and must be the Theatre of the War. Our Government will come by Degrees to the right System. I have toasted The Wooden Walls, the Floating Castles the floating Batteries and the floating Citidels of The United States for Six and thirty years: and I now rejoice to find that many Persons now begin to drink my Toast with Huzzas. I am quite of The...
I have just recieved your favor of the 15 th and learn with concern that a doubt can exist that our friend Gen l Kosciuzko may have failed to recieve his remittance of 1810. for as to that of 1811. mr Barlow’s safe arrival ensures it. of that of 1810. the 1 st 2 d & 4 th of Exchange were sent by different opportunities thro’ the department of state, and altho’ I trust they have been recieved,...
Your former letter arrived while I was on a six weeks visit to Bedford . that of Jan. 16. is just now recieved. I am just now beginning to get my crop to market, and will not fail to send you the balance I owe you out of the earliest sales. I cannot exactly say, but I presume this will be within some 3. or 4. weeks. farmers you know have no banks to go to, and therefore depend on resources...
The Parliamentary Manual, originally compiled for my own personal use, was printed on the supposition it might be of use to others, and have some tendency to settle the rules of proceeding in Congress , where, in the lower house especially they had got into forms totally unfriendly to a fair extrication of the will of the majority. no right over it was therefore wished to be retained over it...
Your Letter of the 15 Ins t is now before me. I observe its contents and observe that the stattments therein contain’d are perfectly correct so farr as they respect the A/c’s and Nails. I am very sorry that the young Man who you saw; should have (through in attention to the a/ situation of the accounts betwen us) made the Errowneous demand which he did; which occation’d you the trouble of...