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I shall very shortly have occasion for a considerable quantity of sheet copper, proper for...
Memodm. of Copper wanted Copper for the dome 110 ft rung 1 ft wide = 110 Sq ft iron for gutter...
Yours by yesterday’s post has been recieved, & I now return you the letters of Yznardi,...
On the reciept of your letter of the 6th. observing you would leave N. York before an answer...
Yours by yesterday’s post has been recieved, & I now return you the letters of Yznardi,...
I shall leave this place on the 1st. of Oct. and be with you to a late breakfast on the 11th....
I now return you the papers recieved by yesterday’s post. The letter to Monroe & one to Merry are...
I now return you the papers recieved by yesterday’s post. the letter to Monroe & one to Merry are...
Your letter has been duly recieved, notifying me that you hold my bond to G. Lilly for £80....
The sorrel riding-horse is to be kept for Mr. Bacon’s riding. If Arcturus has not been exchanged...
On being informed by you that mr James P. Cocke was the person who had repeated from me the...
A friend is here with his family returning from the Springs to Washington, & is in want of 50. D....
Th: Jefferson presents his friendly salutations to mr Rodney. he found on his arrival here...
After leaving home some other things occurred to me which I will now mention by way of supplement...
I have examined the papers respecting the St Domingo trade, and now return them to you. not...
To me has fallen the painful duty of communicating to you intelligence which came to me by the...
Th: Jefferson presents his compliments to Capt Andrews & finds on further examination that his...
It escaped my recollection yesterday that it was the day on which my acceptance of mr Jarvis’s...
The bearer hereof, mr Mills, proposing to take a tour which will lead him thro’ Winchester, I...
Th: Jefferson presents his salutations to mr Nourse and assures him the circumstance mentioned in...
I inclose a letter for Colo. C. L. Lewis of Buckisland, which, from it’s contents, will justify...
The inclosed certainly cannot be wrong: can it be taken amiss by mr Nicholson himself? to what...
The office in which you are now acting, requires, as I understand, a residence in Baltimore, and...
Mr. Madison was to set out on Monday last, & is expected here to-day. we have some matters of...
You witnessed in the earlier part of the administration the malignant & long continued efforts...
On my arrival here I found your letter of Sep. 27. with an accumulation of business which has...
I inclose you 240. Dollars which be pleased to pay as follows. D  c to  Hancock Allen 92. 80
Your kind offers of service on a former occasion, & my being without any commercial correspondent...
By this day’s post I remit a sum to mr Bacon out of which he will pay you 100. D. further...
Mr. Munroe has just communicated to me a statement by which it appears that there remained but...
Your memory has decieved you in supposing that I had any agency in the transactions stated in the...
Deriving very little aid from my memory on transactions so antient as those the subject of your...
The selection of a successor to mr Purviance was made before the claims of other competitors were...
I inclose you a letter from Doctr. Brown by which you will percieve that the bones which are the...
I spoke with mr Gallatin yesterday on the subject of his fire proof offices. I found him desirous...
I now inclose you the letter withdrawn from the post office as you desired; as also one for mr...
Your favor of the 14th. has been duly recieved, covering a bill of Excha. for 92.75 D drawn on me...
Your favor of the 14th. was recieved last night. as to the salaries at the mint which are to be...
This will be handed you by mr Brodie, an English gentleman, looking out for a settlement in this...
I some time ago asked the favor of you to purchase a good watch for a friend of mine, & in that...
a Machine for shelling Indian corn, by Paul Pilsbury of Newbury port, Mass. [GRAPHIC IN...
mr Micajah Carr informed me that a rit of right was brought against him by Donalds & Buchanon for...
Mr. Strange informs me he is not the agent of Donald’s & Burton, but that he will enquire for him...
When you were at this place you were kind enough to call & shew me your machine for shelling...
The friends of John Gickie who remain at Dundee, are desirous of knowing what has become of him....
Yours of the 11th. by John is recieved. I should imagine that above & near the New road, and in...
John delivered safely your letter of the 14th. I am sorry you did not continue at Monticello...
It has been found impracticable to get ready the South wing of the Capitol for the reception of...
Your favor on the subject of the brig Lucy has been recieved. I regretted extremely the trouble...
Thomas Jefferson asks the favor of the heads of Departments to meet him at 11. oclock tomorrow...