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I returned from Bedford a week ago, after an absence of 6. weeks, and found here the Palladio, with your two favors of Nov. 29. & Dec. 1 & with 3. from Dr. Cooper, written before he had received one from me of Nov. 25. from Poplar Forest. It was agreed, you know, that we should make a report of our proceedings & prospects to the Govr. as our patron to be laid before the legislature. Being...
enclosed is Harriets account which I wish you to Settle when you go to Town. I have had it some time She received 15 dollers of you—Your Father has a Bill to pay to mr Cary—and the marble chimney peice is to be included—Both amount to 28 dollars.—I have his Bill. I beleive there is some money due in B office I presume there is also something due in Philadelphia, and as we can get flower here...
An absence of 6. weeks has occasioned your letters of the 5 th & 11 th inst to lie thus long unacknoleged. after I had sent off the two other Westover MSS. I recieved a 3 d of the same journal. on perusing it, I am not sensible, by memory, of any thing not contained in the former, except 8. pages of a preliminary account of the abridgment of our limits by successive charters to other colonies....
I returned from Bedford a week ago, after an absence of 6. weeks, and found here the Palladio , with your two favors of Nov. 29. & Dec. 1 & with 3. from D r Cooper , written before he had recieved
In 1774, I became acquainted with MacKean, Rodney, and Henry. Those three appeared to me to see more clearly to the End of the Biussiness than any others of the whole body. At least, they were more candid and explicit with me than any others. Mr. Henry was in Congress only in 1774, and a small part of 1775. He was called home by his State, to take care a military Command. mackean Rodney...
I have the honor to inclose to your Excellency a copy of the documents presented by the Officers of the Revolutionary Army accompanying their petition to Congress for half pay from the year 1793. Recollecting the part your Excellency took at the time the funding system was adopted, in Endeavoring to obtain for the original holders, the difference between the Nominal price and the price at...
It is with the deepest regret I have to Announce the Death of our dearly beloved friend and much revered Correspond t the Worthy—the Great—the good & Virtuous Gen l Kosciusko :— see the Balt o Patriot from the Paris de Commerce—of 31 st Oct r from w ch you will—(if not already) receive, the Meloncholy particulars—
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