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The Hon’ble John Allen of this State, (not having the pleasure of a personal acquaintance with you) has requested me to make known his willingness to fill the office now vacant by the non-acceptance of the Hon’ble John Boyle for the Illinoise Territory. This Gentleman has served as one of the Judges of the district & Circuit Courts of this State for many years, and a portion of the time in the...
Permit me to introduce to your acquaintance our relation Major Jonathan Taylor (son of Jonathan). He is one of the Principal Leasees of the Saline Salt works, and the principle superintendent on their part. He is a Gentlema⟨n⟩ of unquestionable integrity and indefatigable industry. His visit to Washington is solely to make some propositions for the renual of the Lease of those works or a...
I have just met with Major Morrison on his Way to the City of Washington, and I cannot omit droping you a line. I wrote you since the return of Major J. Taylor, wherein I informed you of your Land business &C. and also took the liberty to say some thing on the subject of Leasing the Saline Salt Works, & probably I may have exceeded the limits of an individual. If so hope you will excuse it, as...
Notwithstanding the length of time since I addressed a letter to you, be assured it has not been in the least degree owing to the want of respect for your person, or a steady adherance and full confidence, in the wise political system you have invariably recommended, and so far as depended on yourself decisively adopted, to promote the peace, happiness & preservation of our much beloved...
Our Venerable Governor with his suit arrived here last evening on his return home, from Canada. He says the Indian Warfare is compleately at an end in the Northwest, unless the British again get possession of the Country in that quarter, which I hope will never again be permitted there. The importance of this campain in its issue, I flatter myself will be an evidence to the those who have...
I this day compleated the purchase of Ten Mules for you, at the request of my Brother James. They are not entirely of the discription we first contemplated, for such were not to be got in time, if at all, in this quarter. All except three, are very good at the prices, & they are small tho young. I have given for the Ten $487.50, I have to give a young man $25 dollars to take them to your seat...
I am sorry to have to announce to you the Death of the Hon’ble Harry Innes, the Federal district Judge for this State. He departed this life very suddenly on the 20th. Inst: it is said, with the Dropsy in the breast. The appointment to fill the Vacancy will no doubt occation numerous recommendations for different persons, and I hereby take the liberty to name Robert Trimble esquire, as a...
I was much gratified to hear by our relation Lieut. Joseph Taylor of the health of yourself and family, mine at present enjoys that blessing. I addressed a letter to you not long since, on the subject of the appointment of a district Judge for Kentucky I should not now again mention it, was it not for the circumstance of a report that has got into circulation which may reach you, that Mr....