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Boston, 6 May 1791 . Recommends for consular appointment Samuel Cooper Johonnot, grandson and...
Th: Jefferson presents his compliments to Mr. Sullivan and thanks him for the perusal of the...
I have a wish to serve the public and to oblige my friend. From the office you hold, and the...
I was yesterday honored by the receipt of your letter of June 2. on the subject of Mr. Letombe’s...
This intrusion can do no hurt, if it can do no good. I ask leave to tell you, that your Friends...
I have many acknolegements to make for the friendly [anxiety you are pleased] to express in your...
One Mr Dearborn of this Town whom I conceive to be a natural Machanic, carries this letter to...
I have, frequently been requested to introduce my friends to you, but have uniformly refused to...
The very great pleasure which I should enjoy, in paying my respects, in person, to Mr. Jefferson,...
An accumulation of business which I found on my return here from a short visit to Monticello, has...