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Owing to my not having been in Town for some Days past I did not receive your Letter as soon as might have been expected—I now inclose you an Answer respecting our Lands in Coxburgh which may be shewn to Mr Cooper —I think it proper at the same Time for your private Information to be a little more particular on the Subject; Knowing the Character and Circumstances of the Man, I have no Idea...
I some Days since received your Favour of the 23d Ultimo—As there is certainly no incompatibility in my acting as your Attorney in the management and sale of the Lands in which we are jointly interested, I now agreably to your Request inclose a Power for you to execute for that Purpose —It will be proper to do it in the presence of two Witnesses, one of whom should be a Person coming hither...
My ill state of Health for upwards of a year past has prevented me in a great degree from paying attention to Business & of Course our joint interest has been in some Measure neglected —Shortly before the commencement of my indisposition some small payments were made to me—These as soon as I am able shall be stated and your proportion transmitted to you. I am informed that further Payments may...
Letter not found: from George Clinton, c.21 July 1795. On 27 July, GW wrote Edmund Randolph: “My Letters for the Post Office in Alexandria, had been sent off some hours before the enclosed dispatches were put into my hands, by the young Gentleman whose name is mentioned in Govr Clintons letter to me, also forwarded.”
I transmit you enclosed a letter from Don Thomas Stoughton Consul of his Catholic Majesty in this State, together with his deposition respecting a French Privateer called La Vengeance and her prize now in this port. This Privateer is not designated to me in any communication from the Secretary of War, as one originally equipped or fitted out in the United States, nor have I any other evidence...
I take the Liberty of inclosing to you three Letters which I received yesterday Evening from certain American Sailors, who have been impressed on our Coasts by the British Squadron under Admiral Murray and are detained on Board of the Resolution a Ship of that Squadron now lying within the Hook —I am well informed that besides the Subscribers to these Letters there are four other American...
Letter not found : from George Clinton, 14 Sept. 1794. Edmund Randolph wrote Clinton on 17 Sept.: "In acknowledging your Excellency’s letter of the 14th instant, to the President of the United States, I am only expressing surprize at the delay in the passage of my letters. . . . The President thanks you for the information from Ontario County; but he had received the substance of it thro’...
I transmit, enclosed, certain Documents relative to some recent Seizures made by a Bermudian Privateer —It is well ascertained that there was no circumstance attending either of the three Vessels now referred to, which could excite a suspicion that either the Owners or Mariners had been guilty of the slightest departure from even British Constructions of the Rights and duties of neutrality....
Inclosed you will receive Copies of several Letters which have passed between the Minister Plenipotentiary of his Britannic Majesty, Captain Cochrane Commander of the British Frigate Thetis, and myself occasioned by Captain Cochrane’s Arrival in this Harbour, and the expected Arrival of other Vessels belonging to Admiral Murray’s Fleet, and also of other Papers connected therewith. By the...
In order to furnish you with the earliest and fullest Information of the Proceedings of the Commissioners appointed by this State to fortify our Northern and Western frontier, I take the Liberty to enclose various communications made by them to Me: Previous to their entering upon the Business I explained to them your Ideas on the Subject as contained in a Letter from the Secretary of war of...