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The President & Directors of the Phoenix Company met this day at 12 oclock and passed a resolution, instructing Capt Macy not to vote on their Proxy, without the concurrence and approbation of the President. This will be pleasing intelligence to you, no doubt, as it will probably save, an... Continue Reading
I received a letter from Genl Thomas a few days ago, stating that he would be in Hudson on thursday next, and requesting that I would meet him there on that [da]y. I shall not be up in Season & therefore will thank you to hand him the enclosed letter when he arrives in Hudson.
Enclosed is a notice which I received for you. In your affair with Sudam you conducted with perfect honor. Every brave honorable man must approve of the course which you took. Let me hear from you & be assured of my unabated regard
Judge Dorr has certainly a right to demand security for the money I owe him, and I have no disposition either to complain of the course he Seems to have adopted, or to evade a compliance with his wishes. From whatever source his alarms may have arisen, or by whatever means produced, be assured that... Continue Reading
Coll J R Van Rensselaer was Yesterday at Walters on his way to Rhinebeck Flatts He informed Walter so he tells me Edwd P Livingston Esqr. Would be a Candidate for the Senate In opposition to you & that the Federalists Would give him a Warm & Vigorous support Which with the support he would... Continue Reading
I intimated in a post script to my last communication to you & Mr. Miller, that proper measures would be adopted to further the election of our Regular Senatorial Candidate. On monday last our County meeting was held at usual place, and it was unamously resolved to support the candidate, named... Continue Reading
Mr Reynolds has this moment arrived from Newyork where he has been to consult with Mr Emmet on the subject of the causes of The People V. Van Tassel & Williams and informs me that the result of that consultation is the opinion of Mr Emmet the preparations they have been able to make are not... Continue Reading
I approve of your determination to be a Candidate for the office of Atty Genl although we shall all be removed. Your appointment will be another proof of the force of our party;. & It will shew that we remain unbroken notwithstanding the hints of the Albany Republican & it will have a good... Continue Reading
Genl. Brock is opposite & commands. He has this moment sent a Summons to surrender Detroit. States that he shall not be able to restrain the savages. I wish you to return with your detachment as soon as possible.
I inclose you the Subpoena agt. Judge Wood as you will perceive not served, when at Aurora left the subpoena with Mr. <illegible> who at that time thot: it might be altered, altho I expressed to him my thoughts ^doubts^ as it was issued by the Clerk himself; I regret the circumstance but hope... Continue Reading

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