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I had the honor of receiving yesterday your letter of Octob. the 13th. by Count de Moustier who...
You will perceive by the enclosed letter (which was left for you at the Office of Foreign Affairs...
I am just inform’d of Your Arrival and that You are expected in Richmond. I am confined to my Bed...
I receive with humble gratitude, Gentlemen, the congratulations of the honorable the H. of...
As your merits led to your appointment of Minister Plenipotentiary to one of the first Courts in...
I am filled with sentiments of the warmest gratitude by this very distinguished attention from...
I shall make a statement of my account with Mr. Mazzei, as soon as I return home; and will...
Perméttée que le nomée joseph Zarisnÿ Eée lhonner de representére a son Excellance que je ne suis...
After coming with much expedition from N York I was greatly mortified at your departure from this...
I am honored with your favor of to-day, and thank you for your care of the letter which...
Mr. Fulwar Skipwith informed me at Richmond that you would be there to-day, and that he supposed...
Finding that Mr. Eppes has made no purchase of horses for me, the bearer comes for those you were...
I hope this will find you and the Ladies safe return’d home, the news of which will give me great...
Vous nous faites part, Monsieur, par votre Lettre du 10. De ce mois de la demande qui vous a été...
It gives me great Pleasure to address a Letter to you in our own country. Being informed of your...
Algiers, 12 Dec. 1789. “In December 1789, There are in Algiers 2 Masters at the Dey’s Price...
Agreeable with your request, I have deliver’d the Horses to Mr. Eppes’s Servant. He will leave...
I am honored with your favor of the 9th on the subject of the hire of my servant, but as my stay...
Some two or three years ago. a Monsr. de Vernon of Paris applied to me to know how he might...
I am this moment honord with your very polite favor of this morning, inclosing sundry papers the...
Having received from my friend Major E. Haskell, your Excellency’s Certificate, of which the...
My last letter was written to you on our coming to anchor. Since that my time has been divided...
I sincerely hope that this letter will find you safe arrived at Monticello. I have been told that...
Having a small matter of business with the estate of the late Mr. Bannister the younger, and...
I make use of a private conveyance which presents itself to send to you though by a circuitous...
I have received at this place the honour of your letters of Oct. 13 and Nov. 30. and am truly...
I enclose you the letter to Mr. Wythe. We arrived here safely last night in eight hours and a...
Amidst the Congratulations of Public Bodies on your Arrival will you receive those of an...
My friend Mr. Eppes is informed that his son’s situation at the college, by subjecting him to...
Sundrys the Waggons No. 1. 1. 3. 11. 21. 22. 23B. 38. 40.B 41. 4.B 10J. 14B 37B. A Large Trunk A...