An unsigned manuscript letter not in the author's handwriting.
Commodore Elliott presents his respects to M. Van Buren & asks the favor of his presence at the Navy Yard on Monday 24th inst at 5 o’clock A.M. he has prepared a Boat which will be at his service in conveying his family & attendants
I thank you kindly for your two letters. I have found them full of interest and regard them as the commencement of a new series designed to shew forth the diversified talents of their author. If any one should hereafter presume to advance the opinion that my old friend Mr Worth cannot write gravely on grave subjects I shall possess the evidence to refute so unfounded an opinion. As some proof of... Continue Reading
Recipient: Gorham Akin Worth
Having been very recently appointed Special Judge advocate for the trial of Genl Hull and no officer of ^any^ very considerable rank or information in the North western army having as yet arrived in this City, I am considerably embarrased in making the arrangements preparatory to the trial. With a view to the arrival of the witnesses and for the purpose of enabling me to make the necessary... Continue Reading