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On or before the first day of January next I promise to pay Stephen Hogeboom or bearer Ten Hundred Twelve dollars 50/100 for Value Recie'd
Stock purchased by Stephen Miller of Stephen Hogeboom 50 Shares
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.
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
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 at Hudson.
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
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.
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.
I Received your welcome Letter
this of Nov. 19th.
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 effect even at Washington.
The President of the United States having ordered a General Court Martial for the Trial of Gen.
Yours of the 11th Ultimo I received a few [. . .] after its date, But have had very little leisure [. . .] since otherwise I should have wrote you bef[ore] and even now I have really no time to writ[e] more than a few lines.
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.
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.
Yours of the 25th ultimo, I Received on the 30th. & in pursuance of your Request I immediately called on Mr. Cooper & offered my Services to him in the Business, he gave me your Letter & desired me to endeavor to find Captn.
I inclose you the Subpoena agt. Judge Wood as you will perceive not served, when at Aurora left the subpoena with Mr.
Mr Joseph Kline
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You possibly suppose that I feel an Indifference, or at least not that ardent sentiment of friendship, towards you which I have always professed. This
sentiment Impression may have been made on you from my long silence, but beleive me that is not the case.
This will be handed to you by Mr. Corlis of this City who goes in our behalf as a Witness He will prove satisfactorily all you want. The death of Walter Franklin his heirs &c and thereby enable you to sustain all your suits except those for the Hake Lots.
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 the duties of his Station.
I have been informed since my arrival in this part of the Country that you have become a zealous advocate for the Clintonian party, those ene[mie]s to the Republican interest & the <
full> <Law> ^general welfare^. In addressing you it is unnecessary to enter into a discussion of this subject.