Series 1 (5 December 1782-31 December 1811)
Subscribers names Bond note or otherwise To whom payable Date principal Indorsement Interest till 1st Jany 1809 Total amount John Van Alen Note Martin Van Buren Dect. 2: 1808 $252.50 none. $1.38 253,, 88 Elisha Williams " ditto Octr. 27. 1807 25.80 do 2.12 27 92 DGardenier & Jno Vosburgh " do & Jas. Van Alen Decr 5. 1805 30.00 do 6.25 36.25 Martin Gardner " ditto Novr. 18... Continue Reading
To all to whom these presents may come, I John C. Hogeboom Sheriff of the County of Columbia send Greeting: Whereas by virtue of one writ of fieri facias issued out of the Supreme Court of Judicature for the State of New York tested the sixteenth day of August in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and six at the suit of Theron Rudd and John Brush to me directed, commanding me that of... Continue Reading
Sender: John C. Hogeboom
Van Alen & Van Buren Debts Due from Abrm J. Van Alstyne Junr.— $188..19 Philo Mallet on Penal Bill— 55..0 Henry Head 9.0 Van <Vlecks>— 37.0 Vn Dyck— 10.50 Olaw— 27.00 <Pugsly>— 3.00 Heads— 12.50 <Sitzer>— 2.50 Staats— 56.00 <Lippet>— 59.13 Ingersol— 37.77 Wyngant— 775.14 Cooper— 140.0... Continue Reading
I Recd. both your Letters at this place, it is true that the non reception of the expected aid on my part created some considerable embarrassment, but it is equally true that I did never for moment qu entertain the least doubt as to the Sincerity of your Friendship, it gives me pain that you should entertain an Idea of that Kind. Your Letters contain reasons sufficient. I was examined on... Continue Reading
I wrote you lately by Mr. Jacob Vanness upon the very subject which I afterwards did, ^receive^ & before had, received a communication from you upon. I hope you have received this letter [. . .]as you are doubtless as we supposed now at N. York. I will not for a single moment suppose that you doubt my attachment to you: but I declare most solemnly to you that with all my warmth of feelings... Continue Reading
Sender: John Peter Van Ness
In my last I made a proposition to you, your answer to which I solicted by the return of the mail, since which I have not heard from you[.] I mentioned that I made this request for a reason which I would at a future period Explain, to do this, is at present my object, being in a great measure Destitute of thatt article which ^is^ here so all important at a Distance from you, which prevented me... Continue Reading
Agreeable to your Request I acknowledge the <Receip> Receipt of your Favour of the 14th. Instant with twenty Dollars enclosed. You request me also to give you a Statement of my present wants. Since I have been here I have Recd. of my Brother $154 & of you (before this last) $20 in the whole $174 of which sum I had the Misfortune to loose $10, & purchased Books at auction ver at a... Continue Reading
I received yours of the 6th. Instant I <received> a few Days ago with $20–Dollars enclosed, to a mind like yours, thanks and protestations of gratitude are not necessary, no, the pleasing sensations resulting from a good act to such a mind are superior to volumes of thanks, I therefore refrain. Any apology on your part for not writing me before or for speaking to me your Sentiments as they... Continue Reading
As well those of you who are attached to the present administration of your general and state governments, as you who, though doubting the propriety of some of their measures, have still a sense of patriotism, a love of country that soars above the mean and selfish considerations of party—we invite your attention. A crisis has arrived in the affairs of our common country, which demands the cool,... Continue Reading
Peter P. VSlyck v Ruben Crippen the same v <E>ytie Claw write to the above Defends to call on Plf Immediately or prosecute [on opposite flap] Apheus Hill & Ussilla Hocomb John Peterson & Ally Worth
Be pleased to state in your paper, that the assertions, that I laid the letters attributed to Mess. Elisha and Marshal Jenkins, jun. before the council of appointment, or that I had any agency in laying or advising them to be laid before the council, or either of its members, is an infamous falshood.
Martin Van Buren, Has removed his Office from the town of Kinderhook to the city of Hudson, No. 194, Warren-Street, nearly opposite the Court-House.
"By M. Van Buren Esq. The town of Granger—She has broke the fetters which bound her to unjust domination—we hail her emancipation."
AT a numerous and respectable meeting of republican electors of the town of Kinderhook, held at the house of Nathan Deyo on the 29th day of March. BARENT VAN DER POEL, esq. in the chair. M. V. BUREN, Secretary. It was resolved unanimously, That Barent Van Der Poel, M. V. Buren, Peter P. Van Slyck, William Dickey, Peter Hause and Laurens M Goes, be a committee to attend the county meeting in the... Continue Reading
AT a general meeting of the republican committees from ten towns in the county of Columbia, held at Binghams' city tavern, in the city of Hudson, on Friday the 12th day of April, 1805. WILLIAM WILSON,Chairman. MARTIN VAN BUREN,Secretary. The proceedings of a county meeting held at the house of Jesse Giant, jun. in the county of Greene, on the 15th of March last, having been read— Resolved... Continue Reading