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Finest beef bought in this market; French Treaty; rumor concerning Lafayette; Election of 1800.
Election of 1800; French Treaty; Hooe not happy with Thomas Jefferson or Aaron Burr; also criticizes the Secretary of the Navy.
Money owed by tenants to Leven Powell; compares Aaron Burr and Thomas Jefferson; In his decision for whom to vote he will be governed by constituents wishes.
Private character of Aaron Burr; problem with what Thomas Jefferson might do in regard to the Navy; French treaty; price of corn; Leven wants his horse well fed.
Views of the constituents of Loudoun county about the Election of 1800.
Has problems with both Aaron Burr and Thomas Jefferson. Includes typed transcription.
Sim is confident that Powell will make the right decision in the Election of 1800; asks for copy of the Congressional report on revenue; Powell’s prospects in next election.
Lee would probably prefer Aaron Burr but trusts Powell’s judgment.
People of Loudoun will not be happy if Powell votes for Aaron Burr, but people that have seen Powell’s letter trust his judgment.
Election of 1800. Clover seed and plaster.
Discusses Aaron Burr versus Thomas Jefferson. Includes typed transcription.
Writes about tobacco and debt; Thomas Jefferson versus Aaron Burr. Includes typed transcription.
Discusses tobacco and debt; Thomas Jefferson versus Aaron Burr. Includes typed transcription.
Loss of Sally’s child; health of "Negro Sally". Includes typed transcription.
Discusses the claim lost by Powell on French government because they stopped the mail. Includes typed transcription.
Discusses the division of Virginia road; lots of marriages; law concerning landlords and tenants. Includes typed transcription.
List of books and prices for the education of Selina Lloyd.
Discusses various personal matters, such as his mathematics studies; his tutor advised playing shuttlecock; the pain in his breast is better; Llewellyn is pleased with college; students inhaling gas and the resulting antics; asks for the Leesburg newspaper; Llewellyn is in need of a loan.
Chancellor Livingston said that Powell had no case, since claims of citizens were surrendered by the Convention with France in 1800; however, if proof can be supplied, it may be worthwhile to bring the claim before the French government. Also mentions Monroe’s fall from horse and sickness.
Pleasanton has received the papers of Major Powell from Monroe and wishes that Isaac Coxe Barnett be the attorney.
Llewellyn thinks that Charles’ idea of going to Maryland to practice law is a good one. Charles’ impending marriage to Selena. Llewellyn’s wife and child are well.
Discusses using power of attorney to appoint Mason an agent to collect rents in Loudoun county from Mildred A. B. Lewis and Blackford for himself and as attorney in fact for Mrs. Macfarlane.
Causten is the general agent of the claimants against France.