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Sender/Author: Nicholas Fairly Beck
Although I fhave recived some benefit from my visit to this place still I feel so much relaxed and my health so much more delicate than in the anxiety of the past week. I had supposed, as to render it hazardous for me to go to Schoharie next week & engage in the trial of Van Alstyne. I wish therefore that you would on the receipt of this call on Judge Spencer and advise with him what may... Continue Reading
Recipient: Benjamin Franklin Butler
I have examined and attentively considered the papers submitted to me in the matter of Thorn Livingston & Tracy & am of opinion that the facts stated in them are sufficient if satisfactorily proved to support an Indictment agt. them for a conspiracy to cheat the Merchants bank. If a complaint is intended to be made you had better give the papers to Mr Van Wyck to whom also you may ^also^... Continue Reading
Recipient: Richard Varick
Mr Henry will not go to Newyork & it would be extremely inconvenient for me to go. The Chancellor will hear us at any time after his return in Vacation & I hope you will not fail to write me by return mail that you consent to this arrangement.