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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...
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...
Majr Welch’s starting sooner than I expected I have only time to inclose you a letter from Colo. Geo. Nicholas, to Colo. C. M. Thrusten, in answer to one written to B. Thrusten, who was desired to shew it to Colo. Nicholas. It is universally approved of in this state. You no doubt have seen the Resolutions passed by our assembly, there were only 3 descenting to one, 2 to another & only one to...
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...
I have to acknowl[e]dge the rect. of 40 dollars by Mr. Jno. Brown. I will take care to have it properly applied as you directed. I cannot give you any information respecting your land business at this time more than I have heretofore mentiond it wd. be needless to repeat any thing of that kind. H: Marshall has found himself very disagreably situated in this Country since his return from...
Your favor of the 25th. Ulto: came to hand yesterday, altho’ I had Known of two interfering claims I had not supposed, they had intended to set up any claim to either of the two tracts sold by you & Mrs. Willis; The elder Grant held by you I deem a sufficient guard angt. [ sic ] either of those interfering ones; however I will write immediately to Bell on the subject, to be made acquainted...
I wrote you in February and inclosed you some publications of the Democratic Society of this State, and hope they got safe to hand. At that time I thought the remonstrance would have met with a great majority of signers, but now think differently. Altho’ there are but few (if any) but most ardently wishes for the grand object the Mississippi yet many think the remonstrance couched in too harsh...
Some months ago Judge Todd inquired of me for a Pamphlet, published by Jas. Smith of this State giving an acct. of his captivity with the Indians many years past, that he wanted it for you, having found one in the neighbourhood I got it, and have herewith inclosed, it by a safe & private hand, one or two pages (the last) is lost. I hope it is the one requested—never having heard of any other....
Permit me to introduce you to the acquaintance of Mr. Jessee Bleadsoe & Mr. Henry Gist; two Gentlemen of my particular and long standing friendship they are respectable Carrecters, of strict integrity and punctuallity in engagements; and are possessed of hanzome property. the object of their visit to the City of Washington they will make known to you, and I hope it will prove mutually...
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...