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Pour ne Pas Laisser plus Long-temps Les fonds mort , destinés Pour L’establissement de Mlle. Hylton, a present Madame Le Guen, conformement á mon Contrat de mariage avec Elle, Et En attandant L’occasion favorable de les Placer deffinitivement avec avantage , J’ai trouvée, Par L’entremise de Mr. Prime ⟨–⟩, un Placement de, Dix Milles dollars á L’interest de 7. ⅌ . %. par án Jusquau 1er. avril...
I acknowledge to have received of Louis Le Guen in deposit for the purposes of his marriage contract and the surplus for his particular use Eighteen thousand Dollars in Cash a Bond of Aaron Burr conditioned for the payment of Six thousand seven hundred and thirty Dollars and thirteen Cents secured by the assignment of five leases and one mortgage in Fee also two notes of the said Aaron Burr...
I enclose the within power, confiding that the Trustees agree in an opinion, that no investment in real property, should be assented to, unless, in such, as would be productive to Mrs. Le Guien, in case of accident to her husband. If the power be not sufficiently ample, or in proper form, be pleased to cause such an one to be sent to me, as you may judge requisite & I will return it duly...
I have already by this Eveng Mail remitted Messs: G & J.   $384.43, and Credited Mr Shorts a/c     535.83 is $920.26. to your debit, which presume will meet your wishes.—On the 12th. Inst: I, remitted said Gent: $148.48½ Mrs Keys 5th. and last installmt:— with great Esteem—I am sir your Obedt: H st: RC ( ViU ); written on a scrap of paper bearing faint impressions of other text, probably in...
By Judge Lincoln, my dear Sir, I embrace a favorable opportunity of acknowledging your very friendly letter of the 26th of Janry. 1799; but permit me previously to give you some information in regard to this gentleman. Mr. Lincoln is an eminent lawyer in this State, & his professional talents, are accompanied with a humane & benevolent disposition, pure integrity, great liberality, & unsullied...
Your favor of the 6th. came to hand this day, and I am much obliged to you for thinking of me on the occasion. you mention that in [91.] you purchased a share of one of the Hendersons as valued by mr Watson & Snelson and that two others have offered you their shares on the same terms. I will very gladly be the purchaser if you will be so good as to negociate it for me, but in your own name. I...
Messrs. Gibson & Jefferson in acct. with Th: Jefferson 1800.  Dt.  £ Feb.  5. By cash on Barnes’s ord. on Heth 240. 0. 0 May. 31.   do. W. C. Nicholas’s ord. on Pick. Pol. & Johnson 135. 0. 0 Sep. 18.   do. from G. Nicholson for nail rod recovy.  20.19. 3 24.   do. remitted by J. Barnes.
some days since I received a letter from Mr Wm. Brent, a young Gentleman resident in the City of Washington who is a much esteemed and near relation of mine requesting that my solicitations might be added to those of his other friends in order to obtain for him the honor of being appointed your private Secretary in the event of your succeeding to the Presidency of the Union (of which every...
It is expected by a great majority of the Citizens of Kentucky that Mr Samuel McDowell, who is Marshall for this District will not continue to hold that important & lucrative Office. Whether the Marshall himself has been guilty of improper conduct, as an Officer or not, remains doubtful; but it is most unquestionable that his Brothers, who were his Deputies, have repeatedly exacted large sums...
Was I not well convinced of the goodness of your heart, and the commisseration you feel for the distressed, in every Situation of life; but more especially when importuned from such dreary mansions, I would not have presumed to intrude upon your time, to read the Story of misfortune, or dwell upon my unfortunate lot; not mine alone; but with it is involved the miseries (constantly poured out,...