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Your favor of the 14th . came to hand on the 20th. I thank you for the information it contained. it is of that kind which I am anxious to recieve. after so long and complete an exclusion from office as republicans have suffered insomuch that every place is filled with their opponents justice as well as principle requires that they should have some participation. I believe they will be...
Your favors of the 19th & 21st. are duly recieved. mr Pintard’s application is with the Secretary of state. there is considerable competition for the consulship of Madeira , & mr Pintard’s application is not for himself but for his nephew, perhaps in Commendam. your recommendation of Capt. Conelly will be duly attended to. we do not however expect to send another squadron to the Mediterranean...
Your favor of July 28 . is safely recieved, and recieved with great pleasure, it having been long since we have been without communication . you will have percieved, on your return to Philadelphia, a great change in the spirit of this place. ‘the arrogancy of the proud hath ceased, and the patient & meek look up.’ I do not know how matters are in the quarter you have been in, but all North of...
Letter not found. Ca. 1 May 1795. Acknowledged in Butler to JM, 12 June 1795 . Concerns Robert Goodloe Harper.
The Letter with which you were pleased to favor me, dated the 30th Novr came duly to hand: a copy of which, immediately upon the rect thereof, I transmitted to the Secy of War (in whose Department the building of the Frigates is) with directions to cause an enquiry into the abuses of which you made a general complaint, & report the result to me. It would have been satisfactory, & might have...
The President has communicated to me an application from you on behalf of the State of South Carolina for the original vouchers of that State, which were deposited by its Agent with the commissioners for settling Accounts between the United and Individual States—and by them with the Treasury as part of the Materials upon which the settlement made by them was founded, with direction to reply to...
Th: Jefferson presents his compliments to Mr. Butler, and incloses him the rough draughts of resolutions, believing Mr. Butler can better settle according to his own mind the manner of furnishing the money, either from his own reflection or on consultation with the Secy. of the Treasury. PrC ( DLC ). Entry in SJPL reads: “[Dec.] 2.Th:J. to Pierce Butler: draught of Resolution of Senate for...
I thank you for giving me the perusal of ⟨the⟩ enclosed Letters. The business respecting t⟨he⟩ Indians is now before Congress. It would be well if ⟨the⟩ information concerning fugitive Negros co⟨uld⟩ come forward specifically—Judge Draytons name shall be placed among those who will come under consideration whe⟨n⟩ nominations for the Judiciary are taken up —and I am Sir Yr Most Obedt & Most...