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We had a very pleasant day yesterday in all respects. The party at Mr <Greigs> was large, mixed & agreeable, & the regret at your departure general. My squirrel surfeit has passed off I hope without a cholera attack or any great inconvenience beyond the loss of one nights sleep. In... Continue Reading
I received your several communications at Newyork & was highly gratifyed with their contents—for although they did not bring tidings of complete success they afforded the most satisfactory evidence that the desired result must take place at the great & interesting election which takes place... Continue Reading
I am here a few days for health & pleasure & embrace the leisure produced by it to drop you a line. Some time since I rcd. a letter from you on the subject of the Collectorship at Buffalo. I did not write to Mr Crawford as you suggested & have been very remiss in not before explaining... Continue Reading
I have not written you as often as I ought but I know you will excuse me. I have been much from home & for the last month confidently expected to see you at Court in which I was greatly disappointed. There is a radical difference between us, while I on the one hand am over-sanguine &... Continue Reading
I now enclose you the circular, it will not be circulated untill about the first of December. I am persuaded it will draw off a few. I belive we shall get the council & am desirous that you shall not so far commit yourself that it would not be in the power of the members to take you, there are... Continue Reading
After mature examination & reflection I have engaged lodgings for you & Mrs. Evans at Mrs. Rockwells & I venture the regard of Mrs. E. upon the propriety of my choice. You have a large room very well furnished, a small bed room adjoining & Board for yourself & Mrs Evans &... Continue Reading
I have last evening returned from a roving Jaunt every where & lastly from Newyork where your friends entertain the same affectionate regard for you ^and Mrs. Evans^ they were want to do. Mrs. Livingston & Mrs. Hunter will spend the Winter in Albany & insist on Mrs. Evans doing so also... Continue Reading