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$225 Sixty days after date for Value recd. I promise to payBbenjamin Birdsal in order two hundred & twenty five Dollars for Value rcd. Decr 27th 1813
For value received I promise to pay Martin Van Buren and Stephen Miller on Order three thousand & thirty Dollars 25/100 thirty days after date. 1st Jany 1814
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... Continue Reading
To [intentionally blank] The President of the United States having ordered a General Court Martial for the Trial of Gen. Hull, and it being suggested that your Evidence will be material in the case, I am authorised and directed to Summon you immediately to appear, on behalf of the United States,... Continue Reading
In submitting for your approbation and support, the designation contained in the proceedings of a meeting of the Republican Delegation from the Middle District, herewith published, we take the liberty of addressing a word to you on the important subject to which it relates. In doing so, it can... Continue Reading
The Court have for the trial of Genl. Wm. Hull were formed on the 13 3d. Inst. & adjourned to the 5th. when the Witnesses were called & but four viz [intentionally blank] attended the court has again adjourned untill the 12th. Inst. Mr VBur has accepted his appointmt & has entered upon... Continue Reading
I have your Letter and shall act in all things conformable to your expectations having been absent 3 months in Ohio Kentucky & Indiana territory I have almost forgotten that I had the honor of a Seat in the Senate of New York, but the Proclamation which convenes us on the 26th. will enable me... Continue Reading
Severe indisposition prevented me taking my seat in the house of Representatives until Monday of this week. We are now all hands engaged devising ways & means to reestablish & maintain the public credit. The receipts from Import for the next year are estimated at four millions & from... Continue Reading
I had the pleasure of receiving your letter this day read just at the moment of leaving Washington. I called on the Secretary of War and showed him your patriotic bill for placing NewYork in an attitude of defience with which he was much pleased. Virginia & other States will probably be induced... Continue Reading
The bill authorizing the raising of twelve thousand men in this State has become a law. It now becomes necessary for congress to act upon it and until they do so the Governor will not commence the organization of the corps I cannot conceive on what grounds the U. S. can for a moment hesitate to... Continue Reading

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