MVBurens Real estate October 182 1 Lot No. 6 Hannibal Oswego. 2d. Farm at Schoharie 3d. Lot in Galen half of No. 90 4 One seventh of Farm over the Creek on which my brother Lawrence lives 5th. House & Lot in Kinderhook called <Tanties> Place 6th. Mortgage of $5000 on the Kane place.
Immediately wrote him a note, that as the delay solicited could not be granted, he would receive the communication contemplated by the note of Mr. V. B. and myself of Saturday by 1 o'clock, Mr. Stevenson delivered the note personally, and Mr. Meigs was pleased to say he would wait accordingly.
Memorandum I recd. this letter on the evening of the 26th. Feby at Lindenwald. Deeming it indispensable to consult Mr Wright before I replied I sent my son Martin to Albany the same night to give Mr Wright time to <try> reflect & give me his opinion. The next day ^28th^ I wrote by mail to Mr Polk that I had prepared a communication in reply, which my son Smith would convey to him to... Continue Reading
At the commencement of the session of Congress when the election was made by the House of Representatives (1825) Mr. Clay told Mr. Forsyth and myself at a dinner given by the Russian Minister, that if we could understand what Mr. Webster meant to do we could do more than he, and used several expressions indicating dislike and great want of confidence. Dec. 30th 1826. Mr. Buchanan of Penn. Told me... Continue Reading
At the commencement of the session of Congress when the election was made by the house Mr Clay told me in the presence of F. that if we could understand what W. meant we could do more than he could & used several expressions indicating great want of confidence <illegible> & dislike. Dec 30th 1826. Mr B. of P. told me that at the same session when the Bill making appropriation for... Continue Reading
Defense of Andrew Jackson's course relative to the dismissal of William J. Duane and the removal of deposits, cFebruary 1834
The stand thus taken by the President has drawn upon him the ^utmost^ vengeance of that powerful institution. Identifying its fortunes with the <hatreds> the hopes & the associations of disappointed ambition it has instigated an attack upon the President & his administration of unprecedented violence. Every thing that an immense money power aided by political leaders of great... Continue Reading
There are two questions arising upon the case submitted by the gentlemen who take interest in the privileges <appertaining> to the Stockholders of the Bank of North America viz 1st The rights ^condition^ of the company in the state of Pennsylvania 2d. Its rights in the State of Newyork by the act of the 11th. of April 1782. <illegible> the consideration of the question of the house of... Continue Reading