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I have taken the Liberty of sending you a paper, which contains the a sketch of the life & Character of the late Peter Freneau Esq r — His name will be long revered and remb remembered by your Political friends in this State. I congratulate you and our Country on on the brilliant successes of our arms both by sea and by
I am sorry to inform you that the great Patriot Peter Freneau Esq r , of this City, departed this life on Monday last. In him our Country has lost lost one of its firmest and best friends—He continued to his last moments, one of your greatest friends, and admirers. The Republican Party here will most sensibly feel his loss. The enclosed paper will give you but a faint Idea of the high...
Permit me to introduce to your acquaintance, M r Joseph Bellinger of Barnwell District in this State.—He is a Gentleman of great respectability—he has been a member of the House of Representatives in our State Legislature, for many Years, and is now one of our State Senators, for the above District. In 1808, he had the honor of being one of our Republican Electors of President & Vice...
Yesterday was celebrated herew here with great enthusiasm and Joy, as the anniversary of the 28 th June 1776 , when the British Fleat under Sir Peter Parker , were was beat of f by Fort Moultrie .—
I have just been informed that the Federal Marshal of this District, has resigned his office, in consequence of which, the President , I presume, will make an early appointment of a succeessor—Permit me Sir, to solicit your friendship as early as possible upon the occasion. I remain with the highest respect RC ( DLC ); at foot of text: “Thomas Jefferson late P. U. States Washingtn ”; endorsed...
Your favor of the 10 th Inst. has just been handed to me, for which be pleased to accept my sincere thanks. I am happy to hear that M r Eppes is elected a member of the 13 th Congress , because, he will then have it in his power, by his great firmness and splendid talents, to aid our Government, in vindicating our honor and rights. The enemies of our present administration, and the British...
Presuming upon your goodness I have taken the liberty to mention to you the nature of an application I lately made to the President . owing to the great sacrifices I have made for a number of years past to support the Republican cause in this State —The great increase of my family, and the pressure of the times, I have been induced, with the advice of my friends here, to offer my Services to...