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Received Philadelphia August 3d. 1811 of Mrs. Sarah Davenport late Sarah Robinson Two hundred & seventy eight dollars and forty six Cents in full of all Accounts against her individually and as Administratrix of the Estate of William Robinson Junr. deceased & for which I have signed two receipts of same tenor, and date. Note. If any propety should be hereafter recover'd from the French... Continue Reading
Second Statement In the Cause of the People against John W. Thorne Valentine N. Livingston & Henry D. Tracy, the undersigned were associated as Counsel for the prosecution with Martin Van Buren Esquire, (then Atty Genl). The accused were indicted for a conspiracy to defraud the Merchants Bank in the City of New York. The Cause was prepared for trial by Peter Jay Munro Esquire, but as he was a... Continue Reading
Supreme Court John Hogan Admr &c & Arent Pruyn Rd June 6th 1809 twenty seven Dollars towards the Costs
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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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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 mouth of the Claverack Creek, on the Stage Road leaving from the City of Albany to the City of Hudson... Continue Reading
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I do hereby certify that Captn Charles Fuller has attended & been sworn as a Witness in the cause of Genl. William Hull from the 14th. Jany till 25 18th. Feby 1814.
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Notice Wit The Witnesses subpoenaed summoned to attend the trial of Brigadier Genl. William Hull are informed that the Court will meet at the Capital in this city on on Wednesday the 12th. Instant at ten oClock A. M. and those who are summoned on the part of the U. States are requested to report themselves to Major Philip S Parker No. [intentionally blank] Lyon Street.
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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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At a meeting of Merchants, Mechanics, and others, Citizens of New York, held pursuant to public notice, the Honorable Stephen Allen, presiding, the following Resolution was unanimously adopted: Resolved. That the democratic republican Citizens of New York, have witnessed with feelings of pride and satisfaction, the dignified and manly course of the Honorable Martin Van Buren, Vice Presidt. of the... Continue Reading
At a very numerous meeting of the Democratic Republican Electors of the Fourth Ward, held at Harmony Hall on Wednesday Evening, January 29. 1834, pursuant to the recommendation of the Democratic Republican General Committee, to express their opinions in relation to the recharter of the present Bank of the United States and the restoration of the Deposites, Eldad Holmes was Chairman, and Morgan L... Continue Reading
I have read the inclosed with much pleasure. Please say to them to have no fear of me; that I am <illegible> focused in my course as firmly as the Rockey mountain; and that no human movement can change me from the course I have chalked out for myself. Providence has a power over me, but <illegible> who worship Baall, & the golden calf, can have none.
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As I have not the happiness of being very well known by you, I rely greatly on your goodness to give to this communication a favourable reception. The only reason you have to recollect me, so far as I am aware, is that furnished by an act of kindness which I believe you extended towards me while my nomination to the office of Surgeon’s mate in the navy was before the senate of the united states... Continue Reading
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I certify that Reuben Atwater Esqr has attended as a Witness <for> the trial of Genl. Hull from the 8th. of Feby 1814 untill the 19th. March
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I certify that Elkahah Watson Esquire attended as a witness on the part of the United States in obediance to the written summons that he arrived in the City of Albany on the Twenty eighth day of January and, that, he was discharged on the 22nd day of Feby 1814.
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The undersigned members of the Democratic Republican young men's General committee of the City of New York respectfully recommend Jesse Hoyt Esquire for the office of Collector of the Port of New York.
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