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1 Jefferson, Thomas Cabell, Joseph Carrington Thomas Jefferson to Joseph C. Cabell, 1 January 1817 1817-01-01 A member of a family to which I have been much attached by long intimacies sollicits my asking...
2 Jefferson, Thomas Cabell, Joseph Carrington Thomas Jefferson to Joseph C. Cabell, 3 September 1816 1816-09-03 I am afraid I have kept your papers longer than you expected. mr Randolph ’s absence till within...
3 Jefferson, Thomas Cabell, Joseph Carrington Thomas Jefferson to Joseph C. Cabell, 14 July 1816 1816-07-14 You have sometimes thought my political ramblings worth the time and trouble of reading. I...
4 Jefferson, Thomas Cabell, Joseph Carrington Thomas Jefferson to Joseph C. Cabell, 13 July 1816 1816-07-13 I thank you for Maine ’s recipe for preparing the haw, inclosed in your favor of the 4 th . I...
5 Jefferson, Thomas Cabell, Joseph Carrington Thomas Jefferson to Joseph C. Cabell, 28 February 1816 1816-02-28 You enquire whether Say has ever been translated into English? I am certain he never has in...
6 Jefferson, Thomas Cabell, Joseph Carrington Thomas Jefferson to Joseph C. Cabell, 2 February 1816 1816-02-02 Your favors of the 23 d & 24 th ult. were a week coming to us. I instantly inclosed to you the...
7 Jefferson, Thomas Cabell, Joseph Carrington Thomas Jefferson to Joseph C. Cabell, 31 January 1816 1816-01-31 Your letters of the 23 d and 24 th come to hand just in the moment of the return of our mail. I...
8 Jefferson, Thomas Cabell, Joseph Carrington Thomas Jefferson to Joseph C. Cabell, 24 January 1816 1816-01-24 Your favor of the 16 th experienced great delay on the road and to avoid that of another mail I...
9 Jefferson, Thomas Cabell, Joseph Carrington Thomas Jefferson to Joseph C. Cabell, 23 December 1815 1815-12-23 A petition has been presented to our present legislature by a Cap t Joseph Miller , praying a...
10 Jefferson, Thomas Cabell, Joseph Carrington Thomas Jefferson to Joseph C. Cabell, 5 January 1815 1815-01-05 Your favor of Dec. 27. with the letter inclosed , has been recieved. knowing well that the...
11 Jefferson, Thomas Cabell, Joseph Carrington Thomas Jefferson to Joseph C. Cabell, 16 October 1814 1814-10-16 Either inaccurate expression in myself, or the misapp r ehension of a friend to whom I had...
12 Jefferson, Thomas Cabell, Joseph Carrington Thomas Jefferson to Joseph C. Cabell, 30 September 1814 1814-09-30 In my letter of the 23 d an important fact escaped me which, lest it should not occur to you, I...
13 Jefferson, Thomas Cabell, Joseph Carrington Thomas Jefferson to Joseph C. Cabell, 23 September 1814 1814-09-23 Your favor of the 17 th is just recieved. I shall answer it, as usual, frankly, adding my...
14 Jefferson, Thomas Cabell, Joseph Carrington Thomas Jefferson to Joseph C. Cabell, 31 January 1814 1814-01-31 Your favor of the 23 d is recieved. Say had come to hand safely. but I regretted having asked the...
15 Jefferson, Thomas Cabell, Joseph Carrington Thomas Jefferson to Joseph C. Cabell, 17 January 1814 1814-01-17 In your last letter to me you expressed a desire to look into the question Whether, by the laws...
16 Jefferson, Thomas Cabell, Joseph Carrington Thomas Jefferson to Joseph C. Cabell, 7 November 1813 1813-11-07 As the meeting of our legislature approaches, and I shall be absent in Bedford from the 17 th...
17 Jefferson, Thomas Cabell, Joseph Carrington Thomas Jefferson to Joseph C. Cabell, 5 January 1813 1813-01-05 I learn by the newspapers that a petition has been presented to the legislature by the Rivanna...
18 Jefferson, Thomas Cabell, Joseph Carrington Thomas Jefferson to Joseph C. Cabell, 27 June 1810 1810-06-27 I inclose you a letter from Judge Cooper of Pensylvania , a political refugee with D r Priestley...