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I recieve with great thankfulness your kind congratulations on my liberation from the duties &...
Sincerely sympathising, my dear Madam, with yourself & friends on the apostacy of William Brown...
I recieved in due time your favor of a date which I cannot quote, because I have it not here, & I...
I brought the inclosed book to this place, the last fall, intending to forward it to you; but...
Being so much more within writing distance here than at Monticello , and with time freer from...
Your letter of Dec. 17. was near three weeks on it’s passage here. immediately on it’s reciept I...
My visits to this place, considered as a halfway-house, rekindle the desire of bringing myself to...
The mail between us passes very slowly. your letter of Nov. 17. reached this place on the 14 th...
I duly recieved your letter , the date of which I cannot quote because I have it not with me: but...
I am here, my dear Madam alive and well, and notwithstanding the murderous histories of the...
Your favor of Oct. 10. travelled to Monticello , thence to Richmond , thence to Lynchburg , and...