Miscellaneous Manuscripts, V (NHi)

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When at Chenango I found that our friend Lot Clark had come to the conclusion that his old quarters did not present a field of such dimensions for his encreasing fame & had therefore concluded to <renown> from there to Oswego or some other place. His professional standing I was pleased to find much higher than I had supposed it to be. Judge Nelson told me that he was decidedly at the... Continue Reading
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I take the Liberty to address you the subject of the presidential Election as we have no paper printed in this county in favour of General Jackson Much has been said against his morral carracter, and as ^I^ feel much Interested in his favouer I should be glad of all the Information I can get, it has been told to me by some of our friends that Mr Jackson is a good morral and pious man and is... Continue Reading
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I had anticipated the difficulties you have had to contend with, & have endeavored to appease Mr <Meigs> who feels very sore. Forsythe will be up in June & I will show him your letter. Things have not worked favourably in this respect, but we cannot always do all we wish. The President will be here about the first of June, & go as far east as Portland, thence across to... Continue Reading
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To all to whom these presents may come, I John C. Hogeboom Sheriff of the County of Columbia send Greeting: Whereas by virtue of one writ of fieri facias issued out of the Supreme Court of Judicature for the State of New York tested the sixteenth day of August in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and six at the suit of Theron Rudd and John Brush to me directed, commanding me that of... Continue Reading
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To all to whom these Prese[nts] [shall] come, or may concern, I Thomas Turner Esquire, Sheriff of th[e] County of Rensselaer send Greeting: WHEREAS by [virtue of a] writ of Testatum Fieri Facias issued out of the Supreme Court of Judicature of the People of the State of New-York, to me directed and delivered, tested the [. . .] [day] of November in the thirty-third year of the Independence of the... Continue Reading
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To all to whom these Presents shall come, or may concern, I, Thomas Turner Esquire, Sheriff of the County of Rensselaer send Greeting: Whereas by virtue of a writ of Testatum Fieri Facias issued out of the Supreme Court of Judicature of the People of the state of New York, to me directed and delivered, tested the Second day of November, 1811 in the Thirty-sixth year of the independence of the... Continue Reading
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