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Annapolis, 3 Aug. 1780 . Is informed that Stephen Mister, under indictment for high treason in Maryland, has escaped to Virginia, where he is confined to stand trial for treason against Virginia. Should the prisoner be acquitted in Virginia, it is requested that he be delivered for trial in Maryland. A transcript of the record is enclosed under seal. FC ( MdAA ); 2 p. Enclosure not found, but...
The confidence you repose in me and your attentions to my interest claim my warmest gratitude. I will endeavour to deserve them. Of the three offices offer’d me, I presume there cannot be much difficulty in making a choice. the superior advantages of that at Fort St Stephens being such, as to entitle it to a decided preference I must therefore beg the favor of you to consider it as my choice,...
Mr. Thomas presents his respects to President Jefferson—Genl. Meriwether thinks he returned the letters of Mr. Briggs, but that the account is now among the papers of the committee, this Mr. T. will endeavor to find, he will however thank the President to furnish him with copies of the letters or the originals— MHi : Coolidge Collection.
I take the liberty to solicit your support to the “Globe,” a monthly work of which I am the editor. Six numbers make a volume of 384 octavo pages, 4 numbers are published and the 5 th in the printers’ hands—The price is $3 each volume— MHi : Coolidge Collection.
I am happy to inform you that Mr: Mazzei is absolutely recover’d from the violent fever under which he suffer’d when I last wrote you.—When I saw him his physicians had given up all hope of his recovery, but to the general astonishment of every one, in three days he was in a State of convalescence. Every medical aid was afforded him, but my own opinion is, that he is indebted for his recovery...
The Address of the Upholsterer you mention is John Rea So. 4th St. Philada—He has lately sent some of his work to the Secretary of the Navy—I have not seen it, but am told it is very elegant—By forwarding a drawing of the particular dimensions from the outer sides of Archetraves, he furnishes all as complete as if he was on the spot. I have the honor to be Sir Your Humble Servant MHi :...
I am under a thousand obligations to you, my Dear Sir, for the considerate aid of Wormley—since I got so much hurt by a fall from my gigg two summers ago I am timid with an untried horse—my present one started with considerable restiveness, insomuch that we cou’d not clear the Green mountain untill to day—and I have been compelled reluctantly to detain wormly from his post all night—my horse...
Bot. of Thos. Main Cents Thorn. plants. Trees and Shrubs, as per accot. } 35,25
The absent member of the Literary Board arrived yesterday, and the one who had been in town since Wednesday morning last is now absent. What the result may be I cannot divine. I was at Varina yesterday, but returned last night, and shall take care to be in the w y constantly myself. But this last spring I was here 3 weeks trying & failing every day to have a Council. with very sincere...
M r John Vaughan as I am not yet able to walk about has undertaken to buy the Stoves and see them duly shipped to Cap n Peyton at Richmond to whom I will write when they are put on board the packet. I greatly regret to see in the papers that a wing of your house has been destroyed by fire: but I hope it amounts to no injury but what can be repaired. ViU .