) ( ) June 3 1787
Your letter of the 13 of last month I read and was much obliged by this
altercation of you and war. ( ) ( ) to our affairs with or without.
We wish you ( ) ( ) some ( ) in which Congress may be of service to
us in that very unfortunate case; but as war. Jackson is going ( ) to
( ) ( ) to ( ) this matter in ( ). We should be glad to have your sentiments
on this subject as ( ) as you can with (convenience). We have ourselves
felt no great ( ) of this friendly (——position) of war. ( ); his
attachment to America is not very great, and his ( ) to us personally
( ) (still) ( ). This want of his influence in ( ) ( ) in that government
is weak against us; We must however (weaken) the (best) of it we can,
and discuss as much of ( ) from ( ) ( ) Government as they can with
( ) ( ).
( ) ( ) get though ( ) ( ), except as to ( ) ( ). ( ) ( ) and war. (
) are ( ) far away. This house is very large and of a ( ) ( ); a great
proposition of this ( ) 150 in number ( ) ( ) ( ), ( ) ( ) for this
( ) of doing mischief, if not to (or) ( ) the government. This I ( )
and better upon this ( ) ( ) was ( ); the ( ) failed in many (altercations)
they intended to have ( ) and (this) house (have) ( ) up in general
good man, so that we may now safely upon ( ) members of the Senate in
our great national ( ) – and if this ( ) is not too much ( ) in forming
the (Council), they (will) ( ) a good ( ) upon (the) ( ) ( ) of the
other and of the house. As yet we can not favor a good judgment of the
real ( ) of the (house), but ( ) (hitherto) ( ) not much in their favour.
(Can) (grand) ( ) at ( ) ( ) not effect any good ( ), I fear , not (
) to agree upon any general system of government for this reason. —–(
) ( ) ( ) was (for) going to ( ) as ( ) ( ). —–( ) can count shall
have opened ( ) ( ) ( ) ( ) a ( ) ( ) and give you my ideas of (them);
I will thank you on return to inform us what appears in ( ) or the convention
worth noting. —–( the) ( ) ( ) I (want) from you to ( ) . With (
) I ( am) ( ) your very ( ) ( ).