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I am estremely anxious to have a full meeting of the Commissioners--I wish you to send an express to Governor Johnson and let him know my earnestness on this head--I have directed the post master at Geo. Town to send this Letter to you (and another which has been written for this post) by express, in case you should have left Baltimore. With very great regard, I am Dear Sir your mo. obedt...
Letter not found. 1 April 1792. Acknowledged in Carroll to JM, 9 Apr. 1792 . Reports on the debate over further assumption of state debts, which if rejected would be “mere ceremony.”
I write to you by this post in conformity with my promise so to do. But it is not yet in my power to determine whether I can set out on Monday or not. If I find the roads do not mend much between this time and that, I shall not be anxious about beginning my journey on that day, even if business would permit. As my fixing the day for meeting the Commissioners at George Town must depend upon my...