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Cap t Miller ’s longer stay in Norfolk than he had proposed when he left this neighborhood in the spring, and the daily expectation of a hostile army in that quarter made it a duty in me to place his case under your attention in my letter of July 21 . and the rather as I had sollicited the indulgence of that visit. about the same time, the same considerations occurred to himself, and to...
I recieved yesterday your favor of the 5th. and am much gratified by your accepting the commission of Marshal. immediately on reciept of your letter I filled up the commission but shall not forward it till Thursday, being the next post day, when it shall be deposited in the post office at Staunton, under cover to you, & endorsed ‘to be delivered to yourself or your order.’ in the mean time I...
A marshal for the Western district of Virginia having been wanting I had appointed a mr Caruthers, who however has declined. it has been suggested to me as possible that you might be willing to accept the office. had this been supposed at first you would unquestionably have had the first offer, as I deem it highly advantageous to the U.S. to have their offices filled not only with men of...
I am first to thank you for the indulgence which, in October last, at my request , you were so kind as to extend to Cap t Miller , stationed as an Alien at Charlottesville . he requested a fortnight only to go to Norfolk , to settle his affairs, and look after the property there which he claimed: but as I thought it would take him longer, I extended his request to a month. you were so kind as...
I take the liberty of troubling you on behalf of a Cap t Joseph Millar , stationed at Charlottesville as an Alien ; and will state his case as represented to me, and as believed by me. his father & mother came over about 1768. to Maryland to settle there. he was born there soon after their arrival, and the father dying, the mother thought it safest to return to her friends in Ireland where...