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I have had the honor to receive your letter inviting me to preside at the Democratic Mass meeting to be held at Albany on the second day of October.  For this mark of respect on the part of the Committee of arrangements, and for the very obliging terms in which you have been pleased to communicate... Continue Reading
The Western District is much indebted to you.
Absence from home has prevented an earlier compliance with your request. I regret that it is not in my power to <refer> you to any <illegible> containing the information you desire, although I do not doubt that such an <illegible> may be found. The Chief <illegible> offices ... Continue Reading
D. War Department, December 11, 1838. Sir: The letter addressed by your excellency to the President of the United States under date of the 7th instant, was received yesterday, and referred to this Department, where it has received that respectful and earnest consideration to which the high source... Continue Reading
I have to acknowledge ^with pleasure^ the receipt of your letter explanatory of ^containing^ the reasons by which ^governd^ your course in relation to the proceedings at Baltimore. For the disposition desire it evinces that the explanation should prove satisfyactory to me of your personal regard I... Continue Reading
Your favor of the 4 Oct, inst. respecting the money I collected on the execution in favor of the people vs. Calvin Hyde I shall forward the first safe conveyance. If no oppertunity offers before I shall be in Newyorke the last of Nov, and will then forward you the money or deposit it in some one of... Continue Reading
There is a Sute Commenced a gainst me for the people—which I think must be for intrest due of Lot No 40 in the Northwest part of the Oneida Reservation and, if so, I conseve by the act passed—Last Winter for the relief of the actual settlers on said tract that I shall have the intrest remitted—for... Continue Reading
I recd your's calling on me for the amt of the judgt in favor of the People. If it be consistant I desire you to delay execution until the first of Octr next, as I cannot conveniently nor with out loss pay it before. In the mean time please accept my acknowledgment of your politeness.
I know not what fees you allude to. When I was in Albany last, I paid Mr Bloodgood & took a receipt in full. I have never issued a writ or filed a plea since. The same year I paid Mr Farilie for the Year <before> any <cent>. I only wish to know how & why I am charged fees when I... Continue Reading
I have arived at Utica & I called on Mr. Kirklen & he informed me you had not sent him notice for trial I hope that it will not go by this Court as it has been many years since it has been in agitation & some of the witnesses is already dead and some have mooved at great distences and... Continue Reading