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Nicholas Biddle presents his Compliments to M r Jefferson, and takes the liberty of sending to him an Address, the chief object of which is to satisfy the farmers of this country that instead of responding over the inevitable loss of foreign markets, they may repair it by improvements in their present husbandry. He will not intrude upon M r Jefferson’s retirement by a wish that he should read...
My particular friend M r Nicholas Biddle , with his Lady , daughter of the late M rs Craig , are travelling to some of the springs in Your State, to reestablish health & tranquility of mind, which had been much affected by their late Domestic afflictions —Should they have the opportunity—I should feel gratified at being the means of bringing you personally acquainted— M r Biddle’s tour to Europe
My residence in the country during the Summer has prevented me from answering sooner your very polite note of the 20 th of August covering a communication to M r Allen which was immediately transmitted to him. It is now a long time since I was tempted by the request of Gen l Clark & other friends as well as by the natural interest of the subject to undertake the composition of the narrative...
I have no apology for the liberty I am about taking, except that it may enable you to render service to a Stranger. Some time since I received thro’ the legation at Paris a letter from a M r Jean Baptiste Lefevre , accompanied by a note from the Marquis de la Fayette . M r Lefevre states that he served during the war in Col. Armand’s regiment; that in 1783 you had the goodness to take charge...