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On the 30th. of last Month I addressed your Excellency, again, on the Subject of War. And I must exclaim, “My Bowels, my bowels! I am pained at my very heart, my heart maketh a noise in me. I cannot hold my Peace , because thou hast heard O my Soul, the sound of the Trumpet, the Alarm of War.” When I view the desolation and destruction of War, when I behold the Multitudes of Blessings...
23 November 1812, New York. Signed a paper addressed to JM, “purporting to be a Representation of the superior Officers of the Regiment of New York Volunteers,” and now deem it their duty to explain that they were induced to sign it by their faith in “Colonel De la Croix declaration of the facts as therein set forth,” which, they regret to state, “have subsequently proved to be groundless...
With much pleasure I have this day received your communication of the 15th Instance, and I shall always be happy in Receiving Any Communication from, so Eminant a Statesman of the Revolution who in common with thousands of Others, both in the Cabinet and in the field, have put danger at defiance, and as it were, with Halters about their necks, did boldly contend for, and thro the Aid of divine...
I have to ask the favor of you to locate the inclosed warrant N o 4915 . for 100 acres of land , on the vacant land between my own lines of the Poplar forest , those of the late William Cobbs and the adjacent landholders, with whose lines I am not yet acquainted. I shall endeavor to obtain a [...] knolege of them, and as soon as I can, I will ask the favor of you to make the survey. Accept the...
23 November 1812. “I approve the object … for which it is proposed to raise, by lottery, the sum of ten thousand dollars by the corporation of the City of Washington.” Printed copy ( Records of the Columbia Historical Society 2 [1899]: 254). JM was responding to two resolutions passed by the Board of Aldermen and the Board of Common Council of the City of Washington on 19 Nov. 1812 to raise...
Does History or Experience, afford an Example, of Such a Phenomenon, as this, now exhibited to Mankind, by our pious, virtuous and patriotic American Republick, whether We view it as a federative Republick, or whether We consider the Single and Simple Parts that compose the whole? The dread, of Taxes, to which all Mankind have a natural Antipathy; the hatred of War, which is Stronger in the...