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I have recd yours of the 28th. Ult. The wishes of your son & of yourself, that he might be appd. to the Consulate at Leghorn had been previously made known to me; and I should have taken sincere pleasure in doing what depends on me for giving effect to them, had the way been sufficiently open; being well persuaded that your son merits all the confidence which is claimed for him. Mr. Appleton...
The following Statement is a recapitulation of the difference of Counting Stated by way of D r & C r over Counted Lost in Count D r Chapter Folio 4 to 8 vo 12 mo C re chapter Folio
I found my family, except our gd. child, much recover’d from their indisposition. She is improving, but weak. I am in better health. I return to you Mr Jeffersons letter. The others will be forwarded to Mr Pleasanton. Mr Jefferson is in good health, & intends to make you a visit in a few days. I had intended to go to the sulphur spring, & Mr Hay had agreed to accompany me, but I find myself so...
I duly recieved your favor by the hands of your son , and with it the life of General Marion , for which be pleased to accept my thanks. I am sorry it is not in my power to assist you with materials for the life of Doct r Franklin . I never knew him personally until his arrival from England during the second third session of Congress in 1775. and soon after the declaration of Independance he...
Being informed by Lieut. Col. Malcolm of the late 13th. Regt. of the U. S. army; that he is solicitous to enter into some civil foreign department of our Govt., I take the liberty of recommending him to the particular notice of your Exy. His object at present is, an appoint. as consul in some country in Europe—prefering France, for which he is well fitted, on account of speaking the french...
your letter of yesterday gave us the first information of my brother’s illness. we learn it with great concern mrs Marks would have visited him , but that we have now in our family, both in doors, and out, more sickness than I have ever had since I was a house keeper. Cornelia , Virginia and both of mrs Bankhead’s children . all of
We have just heard of the arrival of the Ship Neptune at New Castle. She left in England Mr. Bayard who was dangerously ill. Messrs Clay & Gallatin remained with him. Mr. Crawford came, and I presume Mr. Todd also; but I have heard no particulars. It is highly probable that you will receive letters giving a much more particular account of this arrival than I possess, but in case you should...
You will please observe that you have over counted 8 folios 72 Quartos 149 8 vos 22 12mos The way that this mistake has happened is, you have Counted chapters 14, 25, 26, 27, 2 & 28 twice over as you will See by a refer en ce to your paper
Having determined to send Mr. Andrei in the Corvette John Adams to the Mediterranean for the purpose of being landed at Barcelona in Spain, to be thence conveyed to Leghorn & for which the necessary orders, pursuant to your instructions have been given by the Secretary of the Navy, it has occurred to us that it might be found practicable consistent with the public service, to send one of the...