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In consequence of a letter from my old and worthy friend your father dated last fall, I have lately drawn on him for 66⅔ dollars, in favor of John Lourdin of Lexington in this state, with a promise to get the bill negociated with Robt. Patton of Frdricksg. Since this transaction, I have been informed of your fathers death and altho I had written him what I had done, which probably has fallen...
By the inclosed you will find my intention of soliciting the appointment of Marshall of this State, should the present one not be reappointed. I should have been an earlier applicant, had I not been informed of the Certificates that had been given by the Judge of the Fedreal [ sic ] Court, & the Gentleman of the Barr, since which Mr. Innes has written the President that some circumstances has...
15 July 1801, Kentucky. Renews his request for appointment as U.S. marshal for Kentucky; mentions his 21 June letter with its enclosure, a letter from Judge Innes to the president supporting him. Hopes that letter has not miscarried, for the office he seeks “is profitable & not difficu[l]t.” Will obtain another letter from Judge Innes if necessary. RC ( ViU : McGregor Library). 2 pp.;...
Having some business to forward you for and by direction of my brother James—which I could not get done untill a few days past, has prevented me from writing you before now. I called to see yr Mother on my [way] in. I sincerely regret that [it] is not in my power to see you while in Virginia, I leave this place on the 24th. for Kentucky—where it will ever give me great satisfactin to hear from...
Letter not found. 13 February 1802. Calendared in the lists probably made by Peter Force (DLC, series 7, container 2) as a two-page letter.
I have lately been settling up the Accts. of my friends with officers of the Direct tax, which have been commited to my care, Among which are the Lands of yr fathers estate and those of yr brother Ambrose’s & your own, 1000 Acres of Military land in the name of yr brother was omitted by some misunderstanding between Majr Lees Exor. & myself, but means has been taken to correct the error which...
This will be handed you by Mr. John Jordan, one of the most respectable merchants of this town, who has been very much engaged in the exporting trade from this Country, he also expects to make arrangements while at Philadelphia to encrease the business, unless the situation of the trade of the Mississippi frobids [ sic ] it—any information you may receive from him may be strictly relied on, and...
This will be handed you by Capt. Richard Taylor (son of Come. Richd Taylor) who has been chosen to take the Votes of the Electors of this State for President & Vice President, which has been unanimous for Mr. Jefferson & Mr. Clinton. Capt. Taylor like his Father has been unfortunate in the defence of his Country having recd. a wound which ere long will prove very troublesome, government has...
Herewith you will receve an Acct. of the disbursement of the Money long ago deposited in my hands for your Land purposes. I called at your house on my way in & saw Mr. Willis, & he has paid me some Money for the future, demands of his Intrest, to the lands in right of Mrs. Willis. I wish to be informed if any agremt. has taken place between your & your Neice, & what is the proportion you now...
Mr. Martin Hardin (Son of the late Genl. Hardin) is the bearer hereof and who I have taken the liberty to introduce you. The great respectability of this Gentleman with his uniform discreet deportman has gained him the universal esteem of all his acquaintances Any civilities you shall be pleased to shew him will not be improperly placed & respectfuly received by him and acknowledged a favor by...