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Your Communication has been handed to me by Mr Morell he is authorised to make arrangements contemplated & [. . .]
In your paper of the 23d. Inst. you state that I am the author of a communication under the Signature of Benjamin Birdsail Junr Esquire which appeared in the Bee of the same date. [. .
In your paper on the 16th.
I owe you an apology for not having sooner acknowledged the receipt of your obliging letter of 26th of May. My opinions on the subject of the power of Congress over Slave Property in the Southern States, are so well understood by my friends, that I am surprised that an attempt to impose upon the public respecting them should be hazarded.
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 Examination
s at which place my engagements are positive, predicated on our arrangements. Those engagements I mentioned particularly in my last.
I have received yours the 23d. Istant of the date of 18th.
For the mutual accommodation of the public officers and creditors in your neighborhood, and of yourself and the Treasury Department, I propose hereafter to direct warrants in their favor to yourself, for payment, when desired by them.
Page 6. Objection to the Treaty stated viz
Agreeable to your request I called upon Osgood in order to obtain the amount of the Taxes upon the Different Tracts of Land mentioned in your Statement, found in the supervisors Books the following Taxes to wit.
against F. Silvester for land in onieda County–$1..28. no <Taxes> <illegible>
When you handed me the note this morning from Mr. Van Buren, the principles upon which I refused pay for it as an advertisement, was, to secure to myself the priviledge of making such comments upon it, as, from the extent to which I have gone in this business as a[n] editor, and the necessary defe[n]ce of my political friends, it [sh]ould be deemed expedient to make....
At a meeting held at the house of Jonas Miller in the town of Granger previous to the last election you asserted–that you could prove in a court of Justice that I had ^written^ a letter last winter to a member of the Legislature “conjuring him to present a report on the petition of Henry Avery & others as matters were working well in the manor and that we would...
On my return home yesterday the enclosed was handed on from Van Buren wrote on his way to Albany. Could suspicions for one moment have existed injurious to his honour, I conceive they are wholly done away by this letter,
for as his declarations are full & unequivical on this Subject
TO MARTIN VAN BUREN, Esquire, Surrogate
of the County of Columbia,
The Petition of John Myers
Know all men by these presents that We Abraham Vosburgh & John A.
By a statute of the State, it is directed that every person to whom
to whom any Legacy is given or bequest made, shall at the time of payment or delivery thereof, give bond in double the amount of such share or legacy with two sufficient sureties, to refund, if there should ultimately be a deficiency of Assets in the hands of the Executors to pay the debts of...
Columbia County Ss: James Jackson complains of John Stiles in Custody &c for that Whereas John J.
Debts Due MVBuren March 19th. 1805 —
Lucas Goes Decd.
John L Goes