Jay, Sarah Livingston, Jay, Peter A. (Peter Augustus), 1776-1843
1795 January 10
Reply to Peter's letter of 29 October 1794. Family news. Comments on N.Y.
politics: "In this State the Political race is just starting. Mr. Burr has declared
himself a candidate, and in his zeal for the Office of first magistra...
Expects news on Treaty toward the end of the month. Can then complete his
business in London and return to America. Eager to see family again. If Maria cannot be
home when he arrives, he will travel to Bethlehem to see her.
Jay, Peter A. (Peter Augustus), 1776-1843, Jay, Sarah Livingston
1795 March 07
Peter and John Jay anxious to hear of fate of treaty. Assume that it has
been object of much abuse and that "certain party in New York and a worthy Senator at
their head have been the most forward to reprobate and Oppose it." T...
John Jay's last letter to Sally was dated 22 February. He has received a
letter of 28 December 1794 from Mr. Munro, but none from Sally since Captain Hervey
sailed. Jay hopes that final orders concerning the treaty will arrive ...
Asks Blaney whether if it is true John Jay plans to wait in London until
he hears of ratification of Treaty. She had expected John Jay to leave London at the end
of March regardless of progress of Treaty.
Will have her examination next month. Hopes she will do well and not
disappoint her parents. Her tutoress helps a great deal and she very much wants to
improve her studies. Is glad Miss Temple is coming to visit over the summer...
Randolph, Edmund, 1753-1813, Jay, Sarah Livingston
1795 May 13
Original in the possession of Randolph Chetwynd of Carmarthenshire, Wales.
His transcript by hand (xerox facilities not available to him) received in Jay Papers
Office in July, 1970.Received Sarah Livingston Jay's letter of 8 M...
Hopes she is better in health in Lebanon, New York, than when she left
home to convalesce. Mrs. Ridley wrote her this morning. Sarah Livingston Jay is better;
William is well. The servant boy from Staten Island has arrived and ...