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Your unexpected departure prevented my making you acquainted with the merits of my defence agt. Clarks suit. That no unnecessary delay may take place I authorize you to agree to submit it to any person you think proper, & to appoint a time for the hearing. Let it be however sufficiently far ahead to enable me to prepare my defence.
I have Bought out the James Ville Iron & Woollin factory Company in James Ville in the town of Manlius in the Countey of Onondaga & am Informed that there is a mortgage on the premises in favor of the peopal of the State of New york for the Sum of four-thousand five hundred dollars and that the said Company are sued for the Intrest that ought to have been paid...
I have arived at Utica & I called on Mr.
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 have done no business, and have my receipt in full....
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.
Mr. House of the county of [Otse]go is ejected for 200 [. . .] which he holds under lease from me, I hold my title from the State, these lands were conveyed to me by Jeremiah Van Rensselaer & Henry Dothout commissioners of forfiture.
Will you have the goodness to Inform ^me^ where it will be Convenient for you to hear & determine the Interest of the State in Lands in Jesops Patent forfited on the attainder of Edwd. & Ebn.
I rec'd a visit from a Gentleman who demanded of me money in behalf of this State which is their due and my duty to pay, by reason of wrong information I have neglected paying the Intrest supposing that the Law did not req^u^ire payments on Interes[t] untill 1817 but my misunderstanding does not pay my debt.
An assessment was made in the year 1812 under and pursuant to the act entitled, "An act further to improve the road from Hopkinton in the County of St. Lawrence to North West Bay on Lake Champlain," passed June 19. 1812, and returned to this office, charging among other lands, that part of the North West quarter of Township No.
I have just seen a letter from Mrs. <Vudenburgh> stating that she had been served with a process issued by you in behalf of the People. I suppose it is on some Bonds given by Mr. V. to the state for the purchase of lands. Will you be so good as to inform me what amt. is due the State, & how much must at all events be paid, & when.
I rec'd your Letter of the 9th. of May Respecting the prosecution against me in behalf of the People for a demand for Land lying in the Town of Sullivan. The sum due and now demanded as you informed me is $229.00 Exclusive of Cost, which Money must be paid but I Request to be indulgd untill the first of July where I will meet the demand and Cost.
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 I have been an actual settler for seven years and have made...
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.
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.
War Department, December 11, 1838.
The money having been Payed over By the Sheriff to me on all the Execution Excepte that of Holten which execution Still remains in my hands nothing at Present can be collected of him I here with enclose one hundred and Eighty Seven dollars to you on
a account of Cost
I have conferred with Mr Baldwin on the subject of the answer of Augustine Prevost the elder, have explained to him (Mr B) my reasons for wishing to withold this answer until the Chancellor shall have decided on the exceptions to that of G. W. P., and have assumed to myself the whole sin of the Delay. I trust that you will not be further annoyed by him on this head.
The Western District is much indebted to you.
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.
I sympathize with you my dear fellow, & sincerely hope that you may bear the great loss you have sustained with firmness. Such events are in the course of nature, & it becomes us to submit to them with all practicable resignation. Let me hear from you, & ask Mr Follet to write me all the news in your quarter.