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September 1803 . Encloses an account for a hogshead of “Brazil Wine … shipped by order of [his]...
14 June 1801, Campbell Courthouse, Kentucky. Requests information on land deed that he sent to...
I inclose to you a letter to my worthy friend Mrs. M. It will give you both all the occurrences...
I see that Col Simons late of the U S Army & who was appointed a Commissary of Purchases for the...
Agreeable to my promise I now send you a pacage of the Monthly or Alpean strawberry vines, also...
I have had several conversations with Genl Harrison since his return from the Treaty, relative to...
Be so good as to make my best respects to Mrs. Madison & inform her I have recd. her very...
On the 12th, Ulto, the Brig Jacob, N W. Easton Master from Bordeaux bound to Baltimore was cast...
I hope this will find you perfectly recovered from your indisposition with which I was sorry to...
Your well Known disposition renders any apology useless for the application I have now the Honor...
Genl. Carbery expecting to be in the City of Washington has been good enough to take charge of a...
Permit me to introduce to your acquaintance Genl. James Findlay a particular friend of mine. The...
I had the pleasure of seeing Govr. Howard lately and was much pleased in hearing from his own...
I am informed that application will be made to you in favor of a Mr. Sloo for an appointment as...
I have taken the liberty of recommending to the Hon. Secry of War among other persons to be...
The Hnble James Madison Esqr. To James Taylor paid U States duties on 40 Gals. white wine a 35/...
Immediately on hearing of the unpleasant inteligence that the City of Washington was in the...
I do my self the pleasure to introduce to your acquaintance, Chapman Coleman Esqr Marshal of the...
I have done my self the pleasure to address the inclosed letter to my old friend your worthy...
I had the Honor to receive your letter of the 28th. Febry., only the 6th. Instant; it was...
I am informed by The Honble John Coburn that he has lately rec[e]ived a letter from the Secretary...
A letter was shewn me a day or two ago from the adjutant Genl of the Southern Department to the...
I did my self the honor some weeks since to forward to you at Washington the riding horse which I...
I reached home on the 12th ulto & had the pleasure to find Mrs. Taylor & my dear little ones in...
¶ From James Taylor. Letter not found. 12 March 1823. Offered for sale in the American Art...
Inclosed I send you a letter I lately recieved from my friend Judge Coburn. It was intended for...
I have taken the liberty of inclosing to you a letter to my friend Mrs. M and one to Mr. Coles. I...
The enclosed pamphlet was this day given to me by Genl. James Findlay of Cincinnati. I endeavored...
This day upon an interview all differences between the undersigned were accommodated H. Carbery...
Colo. Ludlaw the Regester of the Land office at Cincinnati having lately died, and Doctr. John...
I have this moment reached this am informed that The Honble John Coburn has been recommended by...
Permit me to introduce to your acquaintance Colo. Thos. Sandford a member of Congress from the...
It gives me pleasure to inform you, that your wine and nutts cast away on this coast in the Brig...
I Just Write you a few lines Which Will Inform you that my Family and Freinds in these parts are...
Some time last Winter inclosed to you a Survey in the name of Francis Taylor & at the same time...
I take the liberty to inclose to you three Surveys in order to Obtain Patents on them, and for...
"As to the instruments to distribute the money and procure provisions" I presume you have...
Your favour by Genl. Carbery was handed to me a few days ago for which please accept my thanks....
I hope this will find yourself & my amiable friend Mrs. Madison in good health, also her son. My...
This will be handed by Luet Jos: P. Taylor son of our worthy connection Col. Richard. I take gr e...
Will you be so good as to give the enclosed letter to Mr. Graham your self, as it contains a...
I promised to drop you a line on the subject of the petition &c. I did my self the pleasure to...
I have taken the liberty of troubleing you very frequenly lately on the subject of my freinds, I...
§ From James Taylor. 12 November 1805, Jefferson County, Kentucky. “This by Doctr. Nicholas a...
This will be handed you by Doct Canby who has been good enough to take in to you the horse I have...
This by Mr. Dabney Strother Taylor, Second Son of Col. Richd. Taylor. He is a Very Senceable,...
20 September 1813, “Mt. Sion,” Caroline County. “Capt. Wm Jones being an applicant for the...
I have the honor to enclose to you a letter I have just receivd from Doct Charles Taylor Jr. I...
9 November? 1809, Newport. Capt. Jervis Cutler has solicited Taylor’s intervention on his behalf....
I inclose you one of the Cincinnati Newspapers for your perusal. The piece relating to Wilkinson...