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Connecticut Minor 1813
The day is past, the Elections o'er
and Madison is King once more!
Ye Vagabonds of my land
Cut-Throats & Knaves a patriotic band,
Ye Demagogues lift up your voice.
Moles and Banditti all rejoice.
N. J. Jany 12th. 1813
Mr Masons Speech N. J. Feby 25th. 1813
I have once more with shame to inform you that this county has given 527 majority for Platt & about the same for Assembly & Congress. All the made Voters voted for assembly & Congress.
I have seen Mr Jenkins several times since his return, he & his friends are
exc highly pleased with his appointment, I thought it improper immediately to speak to him on the subject, but sent for his brother Seth who desired me to be perfectly easy on the subject & to inform you that the mayor would unequivocally vote for you.
You must perfectly recollect two publications which were made in the Northern Wig & hand bills impeaching my Official conduct in the charging of fees on Writs & Executions.
Extracts from the Republican Watch Tower, printed in the City of New York.
June 14th. 1808.
"All persons having property which was intended for exportation to Canada, whether lumber in raft, or other merchandise, are informd that no such exportations can be permitted.
Art: 1. There shall be paid into the (caisor des Donages) for account of the public treasury and appropriated to the service 1819 & 1810 the sums arising
1st from the sales of the American Cargoes seised at Antwerp.
You will not I hope deem it intrusive, if complying with my wishes as to the result. I address you on the subject of Postmaster for New york to supply the vacancy occasioned by the death of Mr. Bauman to be concise and unceremonial I know of no man in the City of New york so highly and ju[s]tly Entitled to the offic[e] as Mr.
I am informed that you are in Possession of a claim Title to the Premises in the foregoing Declaration of Ejectment mentioned or some Part thereof and I being sued in the above Cause as casual Ejector and having no Claim or Title to the Premises do advise you to appear before the Justices of the Supreme Court of Judicature to be held for the State of Newyork at the...
Mr Madisons instructions to Messrs Monroe & Pinkney May 18th 1806
In your paper on the 16th.
From the proceedings of our County meeting you will perceive that we are correct if we are not as numerous as we might be. Our new Sheriff turned rather pale at the meeting when I introduced the resolutions but did not think fit to enter into a discussion he made a virtue of necessity with a tolerable good grace. He assured me that he would exert himself to prevent...
Report of the Attorney General, also mentioned in the minutes of yesterday:
The Attorney General in obedience to the resolution of the hon. the assembly of this day, directing him to report the existing provisions by law relative to the payment of prizes in Medical Science Lottery number five:
The meeting having convened pursuant to adjournment, and the nomination of lieutenant-governor and the address of the republican members of the legislature, made at Albany on the 15th ult. having been read,
Resolved, unanimously, That we will support
CITY OF HUDSON.
Benjamin F. Butler,
ATTORNEY & SOLICITOR,
HAS formed a connection in business with M. Van Buren, Esq. Their office is at No. 107 State street.
Albany. June 20. 1820. 74
Be pleased to procure me the Papers relating to the Capture of the Brig William Thompson Master of this Port, deposited by T Watkins in the office of the Department of State as pr. his Letter to me bearing date July 10th. 1824.
I take the liberty to enclose the statements of a claim in favour of the owners of the Brig Splendid, on the Mexican government, for the forcible detention and use of their vessel in the transportation of troops and munitions of war from Vera Cruz to Tampico, during the Spanish invasion of the Mexican territory in 1829. The Captains affidavit accompanies the claim.
AT the last Court of Common Pleas held at the city of Hudson. I left at some house in Hudson, or was stolen from Mr. Swart's Tavern, a drab colored superfine broadcloth SURTOUT COAT. Any person who may have found it or discovered who has stolen it will be handsomely rewarded for leaving the coat with or communicating his knowledge to Mr. Swart.
Feeling and speaking the sentiments of the republicans of the county of Columbia, whom we have been appointed to represent, we consider it our duty to communicate to you our ideas on the present important crisis.
The select committee of the senate to whom has been referred the bill for continuing the state tax for one year, request your opinion whether the funds of the state will not admit of the discontinuance of the state tax, without great embarrassment in the fiscal affairs of the state, or prejudice to the public faith.