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I have promised to apprise you of the terms on which the Staats controversy can be settled. Under all circumstances we are willing to extinguish the whole controversy on receiving $2500 & the Costs of the present suits. 
Sender: MVB
I have been thus long detained by the indisposition which commenced before you left Albany. After a long negotiation with Judge Wallace I closed a bargain with him on board the boat at 9. this morning, for the 200 acres of land ^at 9. dolls pr acre^ — to pay the money & receive a deed on my return to Albany. If you are still disposed to take the half, you will please authorise some person at... Continue Reading
Recipient: MVB
Your notice for taxing Costs &c in the causes against Seloner & others was not received untill the day immediately preceeding the taxation, or I should have attended to it. It was understood betwen Mr VanDyck & myself that the Costs were to be taxed when we were both at Albany. Now I must ^can^ have a retaxation now you know of course. I propose therefore that the Costs be retaxed on... Continue Reading
Sender: MVB
Recipient: Abraham Van Dyck
Notes of agreement concluded upon this 25th June 1814 Between George Canes & MVBuren as follows. Viz. 1st The said ^Mr Van Buren^ Martin agrees to loan to Mr Canes two thousand Dollars for three years at a the Interest of seven per Cent 2d. The said George agrees to purchase of the said Martin his undivided share of Lot No. eleven in the Whitesborough pattent in the town of Franklin County of... Continue Reading
Sender: MVB
I shall not be at Albany in less than two & perhaps not in three weeks Mrs Van Burens state of health renders it necessary that I should go to the eastward with her. Not having the act under which the lands in Mc Combs purchase were charged, before me & being unadvised as to some other facts which might possibly be material, I have not ^thought it^ proper to make up a formal opinion on... Continue Reading
Sender: MVB
Know ALL Men BY THESE Presents, THAT I George Caines of the city of Hudson Counsellor at Law am held and firmly bound unto Martin Van Buren of the same place Counsellor at Law in the SUM of Six thousand Dollars, and [intentionally blank] Cents, Current Money of the United States, to be paid to the said Martin Van Buren or to his certain Attorney, Heirs, Executors, Administrators or Assigns. To... Continue Reading
Recipient: MVB
Notes of agreement concluded upon this twenty third day of June 1814 Between George Caines & Martin Van Buren, as follows, viz, Ist. Mr. Van Buren agrees to Loan to Mr. Caines Two Thousand Dollars for three years at an Interest of Seven per cent. 2nd. The said George agrees to purchase of the said Martin his undivided Share of Lot number Eleven in the Whiteborough patent in the Town of... Continue Reading
Sender: MVB
Mr Brooks has made his survey under your Instruction with which our clients are much dissatisfied. We regret that we are under the necessity of troubling you again on a Subject which probably has become as tedious to you as its consideration so unpleasant to us, but untill its completion our professional relation to the Parties preclude the propriety of our loosing sight of it. We deem it... Continue Reading
Sender: MVB
I hope you will excuse my remissness in not writing you before. The circuit, the common pleas & my Jaunt to Utica, have kept me in hot water. I returned to this place have kept me in hot & adjourned our court to Troy. My principal residence after this will be here where I shall at all times be happy to hear from you & to communicate such information as may be agreeable to you. I gave... Continue Reading
Sender: MVB
For value received I promise to pay Martin Van Buren and Stephen Miller on Order three thousand & thirty Dollars 25/100 thirty days after date. 1st Jany 1814
Recipient: MVB
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