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Major Hamilton arrived here yesterday, & I had the pleasure, to-day, of placing in his hands the letter for him, which you committed to my care. Since the receipt of your obliging letter of 20th instant, for which I take this occasion to make you my acknowledgments, I have read, with equal pleasure & instruction, your two letters, recently published in the National Intelligencer, on the powers...
This statement shews that the loan of 60000 with 3 years of the pub: any. wd. compleat ye. estabt. {ye. library excepd.} viz the lawn of 10 pavns. & 55 dorms. & the E. & W. back streets, wth. 5 hotels, a Proctor’s house & 50 dorms. by the last day of 1822, but that this wd. require ye any. of Jany. 1. 1823 & consequently yt. we cd. not commence instalts. until Jany. 1824. The securing then...
The Answer of James Madison of Orange County Virginia, to the Bill of Complaint of Charles Edmonston against him & others, in the Circuit Court of the District of Columbia, for the County of Washington, on the Chancery Side. This Respondent, now and at all times, reserving to himself all & all manner of right, advantage, & benefit of plea, demurrer or exception to the errors, inaccuracies &...
Resolved that the Rector be authorized to appoint to the Chair of Antient Languages, for the term of one year from the date of Such appointment, with a salary not exceeding $1000, & with the usual fees paid to that chair, either of the following persons, they being preferred by the Board in the order herein named; that is to say: Dr Gessner Harrison, M. L. Tracie, R. Reynolds; and if neither...
On the rect. of your last letter I directed my overseer to communicate with the Miller on the subject of the musty flour. I have not learnt his intention in the case Be so good as to let me know how the balance in our account now stands. <Yr> Respy. Draft (DLC) .
To the effect of <the> changes intellectual, moral and social, the institutions laws of the Country must be adapted, and it will require for the task all the wisdom of the wisest patriots. *How far this view of the subject will be affected by the Republican laws of descent & distribution in equalizing the property of the citizens and in reducing mutual supplies cannot be inferred from any any...