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With this you will receive a Map of the western part of the State of New York which I am requested by my brothers who reside near Niagara to present to you,—it is all laid down from actual survey.—I have accompanied it with a small tract which I drew up while congress had the act for establishing a land office under consideration, and agreeably to which the surveys were directed to be made;...
The first part of the fifth volume of the transactions of our Philosophical Society is now with the printer.—more than one half of it will consist of the astronomical journal kept on our southern boundary.—The charts, and plans, are yet with our executive, and I do not expect to obtain them till after the 4th. of March next.—I have been told by Mr. Pickering and others, that the work done on...
After writing, and sealing the enclosed, your favour of the 18th. came to hand.—I am much pleased with Mr. Dunbar’s complaisance in giving you the satisfaction of perusing his journal.—he is a gentleman of singular acquirements, and would make a figure in any country.— It is difficult for me to suppose that any doubt can arise in the house of representatives with respect to the late election,...
Among all those who will address you upon the fortunate issue of the late election for President, and V.P. of the U.S. (an event equally propitious, both to liberty, and science,) no one will do it with more sincerity, and friendship than myself,—and with that sincerity, and friendship, I join my fellow citizens in congratulating you, on your being called by the voice of your country to fill...
I wrote to you soon after my arrival in this City last May, but having received no answer, I suspect the letter has not reached you.— My Astronomical Journal which contains the principal part of the report to the Executive of the U.S. and his Catholic Majesty has been ready for the press some weeks, but delayed for want of the plans, and charts; the originals being annexed to the report to our...
I arrived in this City a few days ago after an absence of three years and eight months: On my arrival I immediately enquired for you, but had the mortification to find you had been gone some days. You are not unacquainted with the difficulties I had to encounter in executing the trust reposed in me by my country, but owing to a good constitution, and perseverance, have succeeded. My...
It is with real pleasure that I embrace this opportunity of congratulating you, on the elevated, and dignified station, which you hold by the voice of your country in our national legislature. It is an omen favourable to liberty, when science and legislation are combined. The execution of the business which brought me into this country is yet delayed, and what the result will be I cannot...