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Your Letter of the 1 st . Instant was last Week left at my House—presuming from that Circumstance that your Son was in town, I sent my Son to enquire for him at our principal Lodging Houses, and at other Places—but without Success. I regret ^my^ not having had the Pleasure of seeing him, and evincing by friendly attentions my Esteem and Regard both for You and for him— It is happy for the...
I have been fav[ore] d . with your’s of the 15 Inst: by Mr Parkman, and am much pleased with him and his fellow Traveller Mr. Coolidge. Their Representation of the State of Things in Massachusetts, corresponds with the Hints on that Head suggested in your Letter. There is too much Intelligence in the northern States to admit of their being greatly and long decieved and misled; and I hope the...
Inclosed I transmit a duplicate of my decision on the Petition of Henry Jackson Esqr. As it appears from the statement of facts annexed to the said Petition that there are doubts entertained whether the case would come within the provision of the act for remitting or mitigating the forfeitures and Penalties accruing under the revenue laws; and having decided on the case by virtue of that act,...
[ Philadelphia, June 30, 1792. On July 12, 1792, Lowell wrote to Hamilton : “I recd. your letter of the 30th: of June last.” Letter not found. ] Lowell was United States judge for the District of Massachusetts.
I received your Letter of the 7th in due Season and have delayed my Answer, in hopes it might be more determinate. I have received also Letters from Governor Bowdoin and Mr Higginson on the same subject. The Contents of these letters appeared to me to be of such Importance, that I thought it my Duty to lay them before the President, as Information that ought to be possessed of; since which I...