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Just before I left Albemarle a proposition was started for establishing there a grammar school....
The bearer hereof Majr. Faire is the person whom Mr. Madison and myself mentioned as proposing to...
I take the liberty of inclosing for your perusal and consideration a proposal from a Mr....
I trouble you with another letter from Mr. D’Ivernois , containing a further development of his...
Mr. Jefferson the bearer hereof is not entirely unknown to you I believe. He asks of me however a...
I now inclose you the draught you desired, which I have endeavored to arrange according to the...
About the latter end of the last assembly I wrote to sollicit your endeavors to procure an act...
I entirely approve of the confidence you have reposed in mr Brackenridge, as he possesses mine...
The more I have reflected on the phrase in the paper you shewed me , the more strongly I think it...
Mr. P. Carr informed me two days ago that you wished for the dimensions of the Rumford fireplaces...
I am deeply impressed with the importance of Virginia & Kentuckey pursuing the same tract at the...
Your’s of Aug. 30. 99. came duly to hand. it was with great regret we gave up the hope of seeing...
A moment of leisure permits me to think of my friends. you will have seen an alarm in the...
I was in [hopes] we should have had the pleasure of seeing you here during the court, but I learn...
A collector for the port of Hampton is wanting in the room of one Kirby removed for gross...
I take the benefit of your cover to get a safe conveyance for the inclosed. a copy of the...
The inclosed paper was put into my hands by mr Madison to fill up some dates, but I have been so...
I am anxious to recieve the British convention, because the moment I do, I shall lay it before...
I wrote you a letter from Gordon’s on the 31st. of March, which having been on a particular...
Your’s of the 14th. is recieved, and every thing you have done in the affair therein mentioned...
Your favor of the 3d was delivered me at court: but we were much disappointed at not seeing you...
Reflecting on the proposition as to upper Louisiana which you mentioned as likely to unite all,...
Each of the portions of country on the Western side of the river Missisipi hereby annexed to the...
In a letter of Apr. 15. I informed mr Gallatin of what had passed between us here, and desired...
Your kind sympathies in my late loss are a mark of your great friendship to me, and of the...
I arrived here the night before last. mr Gallatin being absent I enquired of mr Madison as to the...
By the inclosed which I recieved last night, you will percieve that mr Chisman, Collector of...
Your letters of the 21st. & 23d of Nov. have been duly recieved. every thing respecting yourself...
Your favor of the 14th. is this moment put into my hands. the letters which have passed between...
Your favor of the 10th was recieved only the last night. I now return you the letter to Colo....
Retired to your farm and family I venture as a farmer and friend to ask your aid & counsel, in...
In answer to a letter from mr Randolph on the subject of the judgment v. Robinson’s admn I had...
Immediately on my arrival here I examined my papers & found that I had delivered up to the...
Th: Jefferson presents his friendly salutations to Colo. Nicholas and incloses him the papers he...
A last effort at friendly settlement with Spain is proposed to be made at Paris, & under the...
The situation of your affairs certainly furnishes good cause for your not acceding to my...
Your letter of Jan. 20. was recieved in due time, but such has been the constant pressure of...
I did not answer your friendly letter of July 7. because the subject was voluminous, business...
I some time ago recieved a letter from Burgess Griffin desiring me to pay to you the amount of...
Mr Isaac Briggs, of the adjoining state of Maryland, being desirous of employment in some part of...
You observed yesterday in conversation that the Feds say I have given them every thing from Gr....
Th: Jefferson: presents his friendly salutations to mr Nicholas and incloses him a check on the...
Your favor of the 18th. is duly recieved. be assured that I value no act of friendship so highly...
I always consider it as the most friendly office which can be rendered me, to be informed of any...
I am sorry to hear of your attack of rheumatism both on your own account & that of the public, &...
I did not know, till mr Patterson called on us, a few days ago, that you had passed on to...
I now inclose you the Agricultural catalogue . I do not know whether I have made it more or less...
On enquiry of mr Randolph I find his process for rolling his seed corn in plaister varies a...
According to your request, I ruminated, as I journeyed here on your proposition for the...
You took the trouble of reading my former letters to mr Eppes on the subject of our finances, and...