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I yesterday forwarded the Cyder and Corks, together with some things written for by Mr. Randolph, at the request of your manager —by a boat belonging to one of the Faris’s . I observe in Mr. R’s list that the same number of Corks are mentioned as in yours; and as I expect they are intended for the same purpose, & bottles are not included in his—I hope they find that none will be required. I am...
I have the honor of transmitting to you herewith certain Resolutions of the Society for the Promotion of Agriculture Arts & Manufactures, which you will please to lay before the Society over which You preside & request their concurrence in the proposed measure—You will oblige our Society by causing the result thereof to be communicated to the Secretary at this City — I am with great respect...
Imperious necessity actuates me once again to address you, it’s I assure you both foreign from my feelings, & inclination to importune or trouble you on any business, more particular the present—it’s A liberty in me that causes many unpleasant sinsations, exclusive of those I feale from the reception of my last letter to you, disagreeable as it is my unfortunate condition is still more so, In...
I take up my pen not as heretofore to trouble you about myself or my affairs, but merely to inclose you for greater caution a copy of the list of seeds of which I sent you the original in my last of Jany. 23. It is at the request of M. de Liancourt who desires to obtain them for the Society of Agriculture. I mentioned to you the reasons for which he was anxious that I should obtain of you to...
I have the Honor to inform you that the letter for London which you sent me under Cover, came in time for the British Mail, which will be closed here on Wednesday the 7 inst., and go in the British Packet Lady Arabella for Falmouth. I have the Honor to be with great Respect, Sir, your most ob. & very humble Servant, RC ( MHi ); at foot of text: “The Honrbl. Thomas Jefferson President of the...
J’ai reçu, le 1er aoust dernier, la lettre infiniment obligeante dont vous avez daigné m’honorer, de Washington, le 27 Juillet précédent. Mon passage de Newyork à Lorient m’a été, en conséquence, on ne peut plus agréable et je suis pénétré de reconnoissance des attentions dont m’ont comblé et me comblent encore Monsieur Livingston et sa famille. Arrivé à Paris, j’y ai présenté au Gouvernement...
Lieut: Jesse Lull having been rejected by the Senate, I take the liberty of proposing Peter Talman Capt: in the 1st. Regiment of Artillerists & Engineers, to be the first Lieut: in the Regiment of Artillery. I also take the liberty of proposing Henry Irwin of Pennsylvania, to be an Ensign in the 1st. Regt. of Infantry. Accept, Sir, the assurances of my high respect RC ( DLC ); in a clerk’s...
Mr Duane s’est chargé de vous remettre tous les ouvrages que vous m’avez demandés À l’égard de ceux que vous désirez faire venir de France Je les ai particulierement recommandés à mon Libraire, mon voyage projetée ne pouvant avoir lieu, par une Suite de Circonstances dont le detail ne Sauroit vous interesser— Jacques le Fataliste est attribué à Diderot par tous ceux qui sont familiarisés avec...
Si Votre Excellence, a la bonté de se rapeller, de moy et de m’avoir vû a Sette , lors de son retour d’un Voyage en Italie. J’espere qu’elle voudra bien pardonner, la liberté que Je prends, de luy Recommander, un honnete Laboureur nommé Raymond , natif de l’helvetie, qui v’a sétablir en Amerique avec son Epouze & ses cinq Enfants; il desire se raprocher d’une petite colonie Etablie par ses...
Your well known candor induses me, although I acknowledge it to be a painful task, to be under the disagreeable necessity, to solicit an appointment, under your administration. I am a young man, and commenced Bussiness in the Mercantile line, but, in consequence of my takeing a very active and decided part [in the] politics of the Day; became obnoxious to the Party who stile them[selves]...