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Considering the importance of Elocution and Legal knowledge particularly among Gentlemen whose profession is the Law, we whose names are subscribed to these articles have entered into an Assocication for improvement in the foregoing branches of Science, to be called and known by the name of the Kinderhook Law Society. I. The Society shall meet on Saturday evening of each week precisely at six... Continue Reading
Colonel Miller Will testify to the transaction of the campaign generally. Captn Brown Was a member of several councils, he also particularly observed the personal conduct of the General on the morning of the 16th. Augt. Capt Burton Will testify to the fact of the troops being crowded into the fort before the capitulation was agreed upon Capt Fuller— Ditto & that the British were in column on ... Continue Reading
Subscribers names Bond note or otherwise To whom payable Date principal Indorsement Interest till 1st Jany 1809 Total amount John Van Alen Note Martin Van Buren Dect. 2: 1808 $252.50 none. $1.38 253,, 88 Elisha Williams " ditto Octr. 27. 1807 25.80 do 2.12 27 92 DGardenier & Jno Vosburgh " do & Jas. Van Alen Decr 5. 1805 30.00 do 6.25 36.25 Martin Gardner " ditto Novr. 18... Continue Reading
At a respectible meeting of the Citizens of Upper Mount Bethel, Northampton County Pa on the 22d Feb’y, John R. Chambers in the Chair & A.P. Long Sec’y. It was resolved: That Jacob <Utt>, Francis Hagerman & Jacob Lamb Esq’rs, be a Committee to report to this meeting, the best expression of the Publick feeling, in this vicinity upon the measures of our Gen’l Gov’t The Committee soon... Continue Reading
Mr. Blair tells me that a very respectable friend of yours, (a neighbor of Genl. McKean's) informed him that McKean, in his conversations endeavors to support the public letter he wrote against you, by pretending that you <illegible> interfered, when Bernard & himself was spoken of for the nomination of Governor of Pennsylvania. He says you wrote an anonymous article in the Albany Argus... Continue Reading
Mr. Van Buren requests the Editors of the Cincinnati Republican to say, in their paper, that he has no Knowledge of the writer of the letter, an Extract from which was published in their paper of the day of March last, purporting to have been from an inhabitant of the state of New York, and to speak Mr. Van Buren's views upon the subject of the repeal of the charter of the Ohio Life... Continue Reading