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I take the liberty of directing this to you, to ask your encouragement of an establishment designed to promote medical science, by the means of relieving the diseased poor around us. There is not in our country a population equal to that of this city and Georgetown, (exceeding twenty thousand,) which has not some medical institution for the relief of the sick. In addition to the number of poor...
The continuation Good Sir, of your kindness—shewn by your last letter—does truly render my feelings unspeakable. Great indeed has been the service you have often rendered me: more than all the world together; more than you can have been aware of. When in trouble I apply to you: my troubles have been the signal of abandonment, by the mass of others: and still more galling—The time for their...
I recieve your’s of the 1 st just as I am setting out for Bedford. I sent a servant instantly to Milton and he brings me the inclosed answer. I have written to Capt Bernard Peyton requesting him to explain either to you or my self, so that enquiry may be made for the box. in great hurry I salute you with friendly esteem and respect. MHi : Coolidge Collection.
I set out for Poplar forest tomorrow to be back on the 24 th and think it safe to send you my note for the Virginia bank lest it should be wanting. the others endorsed by my grandson go to Cap t Peyton his agent. I shall recieve a sum of money, in Bedford which, I am told—is in hand for me and ready of which I s hall take care to remit you what will cover my discounts, and besides that I leave...
I set off for Poplar forest tomorrow to be back on the 24 th and think it safe to send you my notes for the farmers and US. banks, lest they should be wanting. I shall recieve in Bedford a sum of money which will enable me to remit you the discounts and also the curtailment of 500.D. which you were so kind as to give me timely notice of. besides this I leave directions if a rain should...
It is a great while since I have written you for which I feel regret & some shame, as I ought to have considered it in some degree my duty to have frequently enquired how you do & to have requested the pleasure to hear from you—it was very seriously my intention at the close of the late session of Congress to have endeavoured to visit Both yourself & M r Madison—But the great length of the...
Having voted against the proposed restriction on Missouri, attempts are making to prevent my re-election to a seat in Congress. This question is not generally understood and the restrictionists are actively employed in endeavoring to destroy the popularity of those who opposed the measure. In 1804, you appointed me to a situation in the Dept. of State, which I held for Six years. Soon after my...
I have been anxiously expecting you at the P. forest for some time past, on should have written you sooner, Since M r Randolph was here it has been reported that he had taken the management of your Estate here for the ensuing year, that he intended to send up Overseers, indeed he mentioned to me himself when he was here last, that something of the kind was talked of between you and himself, I...