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You were obliging enough a few Posts ago, to send young Mr Lafayette a dead letter, which had been deposited in your Office (from his friends in Europe). As his anxiety to hear from, or of his Parents, can only be exceeded by his uneasiness at their unhappy situation; I pray you to direct the deputy Post masters in the Sea Port Towns, if any letters with his Superscription thereon, or that of...
I am sorry to add to the numberless application’s which a system as extensive & ramified as that of our posts must occasion you. but I am in hopes the interference, I shall ask, will be inconsiderable, to [re]store [order] in the line, in which I am particularly interested, that which goes from here to Orange, Milton, Charlottesville, & Warren. letters put into the mail here by 5. aclock P.M....
I duly recieved your favor of yesterday. mr Barney’s memorial had before been delivered in. you may rest assured that no suspicions or distrust of the offices will be hastily admitted. I propose to consider the Post office as within the department of state, to which I have ever been of opinion it more properly belongs than to the treasury. the laws certainly do not contemplate it as a subject...
Mr. Madison happened to be with me here at the arrival of our yesterday’s post, and read to me a letter he then recieved from you, expressing a wish to decline accepting a judiciary appointment in Georgia which had been the subject of some previous communications. I recieved at the same time a letter from mr Meredith resigning the office of Treasurer after the last day of October next. having...