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I have just been favored with your confidential letter of the 11th instant, and will lose not a moment in adopting every possible precaution calculated to give effect to its just wishes. I am astonished at the gross indiscretion that could have dictated or permitted the measure, and you may confidently trust to its being defeated. With very cordial respect &c RC ( PHi : Richard Rush Papers).
In my hurry yesterday to be ready for a waiting mail, I overlooked your question when I should return to Washington? I have not fixed on the precise time, but it will probably be not sooner nor more than a few days later than the 1st. of October. If you have a trip there in view why not extend it, bringing Mrs Gallatin with you, to Virginia? Cordial regards RC ( NHi : Gallatin Papers).
My Son William who was studying Law in Balt, at the last Campaign, was taken off into Capt McGruder’s Company of Artillery and was with it in the Action of Bladensburg and Baltimore so as to have been aliened From his Studies, and devoted to a Military Life. He was in Novr ult honored by an apptmt of Lieutt. of light Artillery and in the Organization of the peace Establishment was left out,...
M r Correa and mr Gilmer are here, and can stay three days only. these they wish to pass in Botanising the circumjacent country, & would be thankful for your advice and much more for your company. will you do us the favor to come and breakfast with us tomorrow; as they will set out on their pre peregrinations after an early breakfast. on Sunday we all depart for the peaks of Otter & Natural...
Since my letter dated at 8. in the morning, it occurred to me that there might be an advantage in meeting the travellers at Baltimore if possible, in which Mr Graham and Mr Cutts both concurred. We therefore selected Mr Edward Duvall, of the navy office, who went off an hour ago in a hack with a letter from me to commodore Lewis of which the enclosed is a copy. We imagined that we might in all...
Conformably to the memoranda furnished by Mr. Graham the enclosed form of a Genl. order is submitted for the further instructions of the President of the U S. RC ( DLC ). In a clerk’s hand, signed by Parker. The enclosure has not been found, but see George Graham to JM , 12 Sept. 1815 (first letter), and n. 1.
Your aid is solicited in bringing the Patent Steam Bath into general use in your neighborhood; and considerable calculations are made upon your influence. Letters and recommendations will be exhibited for your inspection, intended to show you that the subject is not unworthy of your regard. Indeed, to lend assistance in staying the ravages of disease, which every where is prematurely sweeping...
Mr Jefferson Dinner 3/– Club 2/– 5–0 2 Servts Dinners 3–0 4 Horses 1 feed ea 6–0 14–0 MS ( MHi ); written on a small scrap in an unidentified hand; undated; endorsed by TJ at foot of text: “ Lynchbg . Hoyle. Sep. 13. 15.”; with TJ’s subjoined calculation that the amount owed was $2.58, the sum of $2.33 and an apparent $0.25 tip. Charles Hoyle (1753–1825), innkeeper, was a native of Ireland
On my arrival in this Country, I received your favour of 23. March last, accompanying a packet containing several copies of the Third Volume of the Memoirs of the American Academy, addressed to various literary and Scientific Institutions in London, and one to a similar Society at Bath—They were all delivered at the dwelling-houses of the Secretaries or principal members of the several...