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Your favour of Aug. 28th has been duly received and highly esteemed. I say with you, the Will of eternal Wisdom and Benevolence, be done.— I wish to know, where the Anecdote of Sir William Keith is to be found. I have my doubts whether any History of America would “sell well.” Gordons, Ramsays, Warrens, even Marshalls I believe have not been very lucrative. No Party has been quite satisfied...
I send herewith a few Commissions signed, which Mr. Selden will fill up with the names inclosed, unless doubts should occur to you with respect to any of them. If Mr. Cutts shd. be in Washington, it may be well to let him & Mr. Homans have an opportunity of offering suggestions as to the names selected for Massts. particularly as to the question between John Appleton and the Candidate from the...
I have not had the pleasure of addressing you since I saw you last Winter. The present is to inform you that my Step Son & partner Jonathan John Robinson, accepted a Captains Commission in the 32 Regiment, Commanded by Coll. Fatterall, In reading a list of the grad[e]s of the Capt. to my great astonishment, I found that my son was the sixth on it although, he was one of the first in the...
The inclosed Letters were received this Morning. As they relate to an interesting subject and one that may require immediate attention I have thought it my Duty to forward them to you, without waiting for the return of the Secretary of State. You will of course receive by this Mail from the war office, the official Report of our having got possession of Malden which was abandoned by the Enemy....
I have the honor to enclose to the President of the U.States a copy of a letter this moment rec’d from Genl. Harrison. A copy has been given to the printer for the paper of tomorrow. In a P.S. The Genl. says the aggregate force with me is about 5000 of which 2000 are regulars & the rest Ky. militia. The Penna. Regt. with the exception of about 100 refused to cross the line. The Southern mail...
Having had the honour of being introduced to you by his Excellency the Vice President of the United States & Jonathan Russell Esquire, late Minister at the Court of London, I have waited here some days in the hope of having the honour of a personal interview with you, but being informed that you have for some time delayed your return to this City, & being unwilling to trouble you at your...