Samuel Clarke disappointed in selling his cheese but bought (Ann) winter
butter where General Clarkson buys his. Description of Susan BayardÆs wedding and her
attendants, one of whom, Mr. Campbell, is courting Kitty Bayard. Mr. Rutherford came to
New York and will bring down (the new) Mrs. Rutherford. Tired of all these ceremonies.
Saw Susan Ridley and heard that Mrs. Judith Watkins is planning a visit to Bedford, but
knows nothing of the details. Asks John Jay to send information about the land they held
in Jay, Vermont, that Mr. Whitelaw divided among different proprietors. Sent Mr. Munro
with flowers for Ann. Has heard from Maria that William is doing very well in Albany and
studies continuously. Hopes he does not neglect his manners and
United States--History--Revolution, 1775-1783; Jay, John, 1745-1829
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