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The Address of the Chiefs of the Shawnees Nation, to the President and Sacratary at War: Fathers. We have all meet this day together to hold a Council for the good of our selves, our women and Children, and to assure you that what was said to us at your Town last winter, we wish to keep in rememberence, we have not forgot that you told us to Collect all our Nation to one place, but some of our...
Mr Eppes thinks we had best remain here My Dear Papa till we hear further from you about the measles, I must therefore beg you will write as soon as you can conveniently after arriving at Monticello, you know not how anxious I am to see you, after having so long look’d forward to this period with so much pleasure, to be disappointed at the very moment which was to reunite us after so long an...
The boxes alluded to in your favor of the 25th, were re-shipped to Baltimore on the 21st. Yr. Very humble Servt. MHi : Coolidge Collection.
I Received your favor of the 18th I most sincerely wish I had it in my power to recommend to you a person, to fill the place of Mr Wilkins at Cherrystone, but I am so little acquainted, that I have it not in my power.—The Eastern shore, I apprehend contains but few republicans & those I am acquainted with, I have reason to beleive if Mr. Peter Bowdoin would accept the office, he would...
I dare say you will be much surprised at receiving a letter from one you have not the least acquaintance with upon-earth. And much more so when you hear the subject—it is upon. necessity Sir compels me to write to you for the lone of a little money to carry me to Baltimore: when I get there I will remit what your kindness will please to inclose me, I hope Sir you will not deem this impertinent...
I do myself the honor to acknowledge the receipt of my commissions from your Exelency. I feel the weight of obligation which your good opinion has laid on me, and desire you to accept of my most hearty and sincere thanks for the trust and confidence that you have seen fit to place in me— It shall be my greatest study to fulfil the duty of my office with fidelity and correctness, and in such a...
Would Mr Jefferson lease Jno. Curle a hundred acres of his land on Ivy Creek for 8 or 10 years Curle not to Clear more than 60 acres & not to make any wast of wood, only to use what the farm might Require Curle would wish to build Such Houses as migh accomidate 8 or 10 people in a comfortable maner— PS. or would Mr Jefferson lease Jno Curle 50 or 60 acres to work 2 hands on and to farm it only...
The last letter I had the honor to address to you was dated the 10th. Ultimo; but not having had the satisfaction to hear from you Sir since I received your favour of the 16 April last, it is with great diffidence I venture to address you again. But when a document of such a nature as your message to both Houses of Congress lays before me, the statements it contains so highly honorable to your...
J’ai l’honneur de vous presenter un exemplaire de mes deux inventions “le nouvel art de plonger au fond de la mer’ et l’assurance de mer.” Faites les examiner s’il vous plait. Etant à present pour quelque moment à Rotterdam et trouvant justement un vaisseau americain, je me hate de vous dire que je souhaite tout le bonheur possible aux etats libres Americains, et que je suis avec vénération,...
Sketch of a letter to the land commissioners of Louisiana Submitted to the President who will be pleased to suggest such alterations as he may think necessary— DLC : Papers of Thomas Jefferson.
If you may please to look over these lines, thinking of their Merit. In the year 1766 or when I was about fourteen years of age, when I was looking for fishworms, for Angle fishing, the foundation of my Since Experience, toke place in my Understanding, with such a demonstration that it was left without any Doubt. I can give my reasons for it. N ear 20 years ago, I tried it with potatoes. It...
Governor Hull wishes to enquire of the Secretary of State, whether he received his Letter inclosing a Copy of the proclamation, he was directed to issue, and whether for the reasons stated in his Letter the President, thought it expedient, to authorize the Governor, or any other officer, to grant permission to cut such quantities of pine timber as was absolutely necessary, under the peculiar...
The Memorial of the Legislature of Mississippi Territory, to the President, the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled:— The Legislative Council and House of Represetatives of the Mississippi Territory in General Assembly convened, beg leave respectfully to state to your honorable body, that such has been the situation of our Country, previous...
To the President and To the Honourable the Senate of the United States in Congress Assembled We the citizens of the district of Cape Girardeau in uper Louisiana for ourselves and our Neighbours; after being informed as we have been: that the Intrigues and machinations of a few Designing, turbulent and Disappointed People of the District of St. Genevive who have maliciously & without any...
Yours of the 23d. has been duly recd. Mr. Brent had informed me that copies of the letters from the Mediterranean had been sent to you by Mr. Smith, and therefore I did not send the originals by express. The declaration of a rupture by the Empr. of Morocco, put me at a loss what to say to Simson on the subject of the Gun carriages, and how to decide as to the letter you left with me . As the...
Convinced as I am that information relative to the situation of any empire now under your particular charge will be always welcome to you, (especially if such place be remote,) let such information come from whatever person or through whatsoever channel it may; I therefore take the liberty of making the following statement of facts to you, on the perusal and confirmation of which I am...
In reply to your note of the 16th. inst. I have to observe, that the gentlemen you mention, are both known to me, with Mr Brent I have been intimately acquainted for many years, he possesses an amiable disposition, is a good accountant and a republican, Mr Jackson was formerly concerned in trade in this place, from my present recollection of him, his claims to the office you mention, appear to...
To the President of the United States, and the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States in Congress assembled, The Memorial of the Chamber of Commerce in New Haven, Respectfully Represents:— That your Memorialists have observed with no common degree of surprise and solicitude, the numerous embarrassments which the Commerce of the United States has suffered, during the present...