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I pray you to accept my most respectful Thanks for the present You have been So obliging as to Send me of the Testimonies of Mr Harris and Mr Buckminster to the Character and Merits of Mr Bowdoin; especialy for the elegant Copy of that very useful Work the Advice to Shepherds than which a more patritic present could Scarcely have been made to this Country. Though I was acquainted with this...
An accident lately occurr’d which has given me great concern. The inclosed letter was received, with many others, several from your son at St Petersburg, & laid before me in the dept. of State. I opend it, without looking at the Superscription. On reading a line or two, I perceived the error I had committed, & searching for the address found the envelopes of two letters, one addressed to you,...
27 April 1812, Lawrenceburg, Dearborn County. Encloses a handbill received “yesterday” by express from Vincennes. Points out that the handbill instructs colonels commanding regiments to “adopt such remedies as the Laws authorize to make up any deficiencies which may exist amongst the Militia relative to arms and accoutrements.” The laws authorize fines of up to $1.50 per delinquency for...
27 April 1812, Boston. Promised in his last not to trouble JM again. “But an Idea has since struck me In consequence of the difficulty you had in selling the 18 million and the enormous Interest you was obliged to give. … If you should again want 18 million of Dollars that for this 18 million there should be Issued from the treasury 36 Million of 3 P C Stock and that your Contracters for Navy...
your Letter of the 2 Ins t was rec d in due course, & this answer defered So as to meet you at poplar Forest . your Reasoning has produced no change in my opinion, as to your Right to call for the last payment of the Land—nor can I forbeare Remarking that your Letter Seems not to have been written in that Temper of which you are so charracteristick. I assir’d you that Scott had Sued both you &...
Yours of the 21 st is recieved. I am very sensible of the kindness of the motives on which you decline accepting compensation for the trouble you incurred in defending me at the suit of Livingston . yet the obligations I am under to you would not be lessened by that acceptance. your profession is as laborious as it is honorable, the eminence you have justly attained creates augmentation of...
To the honble Creed Taylor , judge of the Superior court of Chancery for the Richmond district. Humbly complaining sheweth unto your honor your orator Samuel Scott That on the 15 th day of April in the year 1789 he entered with the Surveyor