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The observations are but too just which are made in your friendly address on the origin & progress of those abuses of public confidence & power which have so often terminated in a suppression of the rights of the people, & the mere aggrandizement & emolument of their oppressors. taught by these truths and aware of the tendency of power to degenerate into abuse, the worthies of our own Country...
The President of the UStates. his Monthly Average a/c of Interest. wth John Barnes from 1st: Mar 1808 to Fy 1809. 1808 Mar 1st. To amt Balance $ 2490.16.
It is the anxious wish, of your friends in this place, that you shoud spend one day with them, when you are, on your way, to Monticello, shoud it be convenient and consonant to your feelings, please signify to me, what day we shoud expect you Accept my best wishes for your present, and future happiness with sentiments of Esteem your Obt MHi : Coolidge Collection.
Several months ago a Subscription paper of St Patrick’s Church accidentally fell under the notice of the President of the United States. He with characterestic liberality and condescension, informed Captain Andrews a Trustee of the above mentioned Church, that so soon as the persons interested in the undertaking should have collected a sufficient Sum to authorise them to commence the Building,...
I am well aware that at this time while the President is no doubt receiving affectionate communications & respectful attentions from many of the first Characters in the Union that it may appear a little impertinent for an obscure individual to trouble him with a written address.—I should however do violence to my feelings were I to suppress the desire I feel to add my testimony to the respect...
The Governor of Maryland presents his Compliments to his Excellency Thomas Jefferson Esq President of the United States, and with the most, cordial Approbation of his Administration; marked in every Feature with Wisdom, Circumspection, and patriotism, and crowned with the most unparralleled prosperity— He congratulates him on his Retirement from the Toils of a Life spent in his Country’s...