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I am just favoured with your letter of the 2d relative to cloathing for your regiment —I do not think the measure you propose of sending an officer to Boston necessary, as all the cloathing for the army is coming forward as expeditiously as possible and an equal distribution will be made so soon as it arrives—I hope there will be a tolerable supply for the whole—A plan is in execution for...
Letter not found: to Thomas Marshall, 3 May. On 12 May Marshall wrote GW : “Your favor of the 3d Inst. I received by my Son.”
I have duly received your letter dated the 12th of February—If I was greatly alarmed at the nature of the transactions mentioned in it, I was not less obliged to you for communicating so clear an account of them. It is true I had previously received some verbal and written informations on the subject of a similar tenor; but none which placed the affair in such an alarming point of view, as...
I have been presented with your letter by Mr H. Marshall whose detention in the Atlantic States will be longer than he expected on acct of the Treaty of Amity, Commerce & Navigation with Great Britain not arriving in season for the Senate to pass their opinion upon; ⟨therefore⟩ a considerable time is required to collect them together again, after their dispersion. I was glad to hear from Mr...
Your favor of the 12th of August came safe to hand, and I thank you for discharging the taxes of my land, in Hardin County. Your draught on me shall be paid at sight; the order has not yet been presented. As setlers are removing fast (according to yours, & others information) towards Green River and among them, my nephew, Major George Lewis; I have determined to postpone the sale of my land on...
On the other side, you will receive a copy of my last to you dated the 2d ulto; accompanied with an Advertisement of the sale of my lands on the Western Waters. If you should be of opinion that the publication in the Lexington Gazette, of that part of the sd Advertisement which respects the Sale would be attended with any advantage to it I would thank you for having it inserted three times...
General Spotswood, in my behalf, has requested Mr Short to purchase a small piece of land (from a Mr Hite) adjoining one of the tracts I hold on Rough Creek, in the State of Kentucky; and wch, it is said, would add much to the value of mine. Should this purchase take place, and a good & sufficient conveyance thereof be made, & duly executed to your satisfaction, I hereby authorise you to draw...
J. Madison has duly recd. the pamphlet copy of Mr. Marshalls speech "on the abolition of Slavery," with wch. he has been favored. It very ably discusses the important subject, and very advantageously presents the particular views espoused by the Author. J. M. begs Mr. Marshall, to accept with his acknowledgments for the polite attention, assurances of his cordial esteem & respect RC (ViW) ; FC...