I received yours of the 6th. Instant I <received> a few Days ago with $20–Dollars enclosed, to a mind like yours, thanks and protestations of gratitude are not necessary, no, the pleasing sensations resulting from a good act to such a mind are superior to volumes of thanks, I therefore... Continue Reading
Your's of the 3d & 27th. ult. have both been received by me and the contents have afforded me much gratification. Believe me it has not been either from an Indifference towards either yourself or those contents that they have remained so long unanswered. Among all the complicated private... Continue Reading
Yours of the 11th Ultimo I received a few [. . .] after its date, But have had very little leisure [. . .] since otherwise I should have wrote you bef[ore] and even now I have really no time to writ[e] more than a few lines.
I am extreemely happy to see from the g[e]neral tenure of your Letter ^... Continue Reading
Yours of the 25th ultimo, I Received on the 30th. & in pursuance of your Request I immediately called on Mr. Cooper & offered my Services to him in the Business, he gave me your Letter & desired me to endeavor to find Captn. Hague the Gentleman therein mentioned, I spent the whole of... Continue Reading
I hasten to Inform you that in Columbia The Republican ticket has succeeded for Members of Assembly. The Candidates elected are Stephen Miller Benjmn. Birdsail, Samuel Ten Brouk & my brother James. Kinderhook has done well, The Feds there are most grievously mortifyed at James’ Election[.]... Continue Reading
Agreeable to your Request I acknowledge the <Receip> Receipt of your Favour of the 14th. Instant with twenty Dollars enclosed. You request me also to give you a Statement of my present wants.
Since I have been here I have Recd. of my Brother $154 & of you (before this last) $20 in the... Continue Reading
I have received yours the 23d. Istant of the date of 18th. Instant, ^you^ request me to inform you whether it would be convenient for me to advance you Some money, in an[sw]er I must inform you that money is very Scarse in the Country, it is impossible for me to get any from those against I have... Continue Reading
In my last I made a proposition to you, your answer to which I solicted by the return of the mail, since which I have not heard from you[.] I mentioned that I made this request for a reason which I would at a future period Explain, to do this, is at present my object, being in a great measure... Continue Reading
I have delayed writing to you for some time in expectation of receiving a line from you, my ride from Newyork was to me very agreeable, altho alone all the way. I arrived at Claverack soon after the Court had opened, and attended the trial of Croswell [The] greatest exertions were made to obtain... Continue Reading
I have this moment received yours of the 20th Inst. with mixed emotions of Pleasure and Pain, the former produced by the birth & safe delivery of your daughter, the later by the Illness of your very estimable lady. I do most sincerely hope that she may soon ^recover^ that health and... Continue Reading
I have this day Recd. a Line from Mr. Jacob Van Ness, in which he expresses your solicitude and anxiety on account of your Brothers name not being included in the list of Counsellors admitted in our last August Term. I embrace the earliest oppertunity to remove your apprehensions on this head.... Continue Reading
You will not I hope deem it intrusive, if complying with my wishes as to the result. I address you on the subject of Postmaster for New york to supply the vacancy occasioned by the death of Mr. Bauman to be concise and unceremonial I know of no man in the City of New york so highly and ju[s]tly... Continue Reading
I wrote you some time ago since which I have not heard from you, I leave this place in two Weeks for Newyork in order for my Examinations at which place my engagements are positive, predicated on our arrangements. Those engagements I mentioned particularly in my last. This state of suspense is very... Continue Reading
You possibly suppose that I feel an Indifference, or at least not that ardent sentiment of friendship, towards you which I have always professed. This sentiment Impression may have been made on you from my long silence, but beleive me that is not the case. My Attachment to you is as strong as ever... Continue Reading
I wrote you lately by Mr. Jacob Vanness upon the very subject which I afterwards did, ^receive^ & before had, received a communication from you upon. I hope you have received this letter [. . .]as you are doubtless as we supposed now at N. York. I will not for a single moment suppose that you... Continue Reading
I Recd. both your Letters at this place, it is true that the non reception of the expected aid on my part created some considerable embarrassment, but it is equally true that I did never for moment qu entertain the least doubt as to the Sincerity of your Friendship, it gives me pain that you should... Continue Reading
I have been informed since my arrival in this part of the Country that you have become a zealous advocate for the Clintonian party, those ene[mie]s to the Republican interest & the <full> <Law> ^general welfare^. In addressing you it is unnecessary to enter into a discussion of this... Continue Reading
I Received a Letter from you some days since upon the subject of the ensung Election, but have been prevented by absence from home from answering it soone[r].
The Sentiments of liberality and magnan[i]mity which it contains are such as from a knowledge of your Character and the quallities of your h... Continue Reading
I Received a Letter from you sometime ago upon the subject of the ensuing election, but have been prevented by absence from home from answering it.
The Sentiments of liberality and magnanimity which it contains are such as from a knowledge of your Character and ^the^ qualities of your heart I had a... Continue Reading
The subscribers being freeholders and Inhabitants of the Town of Kinderhook in the county of Columbia humbly represent,
That the Bridge lately erected by the Inhabitants of the Town of Kinderhook and the City of Hudson over the Kinderhook Creek between the Mills of Lawrence and Townsend, and the... Continue Reading