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Your welfare, That of m’rs Page, and your heir apparent give me great joy: but much was I...
Your two favours of Mar. 15, and Aug. 23. 1785. by Monsieur de la Croix came to hand on the 15th....
On receipt of your letter we enquired into the probability of getting your seal done here. We...
Your favor of Nov. 16. recieved Nov. 26. is now before me and I inclose you a letter of mr Gore ,...
Th: Jefferson asks again the intermediation of mr Page to convey to mr Robertson a corrected...
The Pot-clay, a Cherokee chief having lately died, his friend delivered to Majr. Martin a silver...
I am to acquaint Mrs. Page of the loss of my favorite pullet; the consequence of which will...
Mr. John D. Burke, who is engaged in writing the history of Virginia is sollicitous to have the...
I am sorry to hear that the Indians have commenced war, but greatly pleased you have been so...
Your’s of the 11th. is recieved. in appointments to public office of mere profit I have ever...
I received your friendly letter of Apr. 28. by Mr. Mazzei on the 22d. of July. That of the month...
I received your letter by Mr. Jamieson. It had given me much pain that the zeal of our respective...
The case described in the inclosed letter is one to which I am an entire stranger. the writer...
It appearing that Philip Williams & Jacob Ray charged with having committed a felony within the...
Your letter with several others was put into my hands just as company was coming in to dinner...
‘In the midst of life we are in death.’ so has said some great moralist, and so says truth even...
Your letter of Nov. 22. should have been sooner answered, had I had an earlier moment at which I...
Your favour of the 13th. desiring a suspension of the Act for raising new levies has been duly...
You have probably seen or heard of some very abusive letters addressed to me in the publick...
This very day, to others the day of greatest mirth and jollity, sees me overwhelmed with more and...
Your’s of May 30’th came safe to hand. The rival you mentioned I know not whether to think...
This letter will be conveied to you by the assistance of our friend Warner Lewis. Poor fellow!...
Yours of the 2d. inst. has been duly recieved. I have altogether declined my journey to Bedford,...
I received your letter of Wednesday the 18th instant; in that, of this day, you mention one which...
I received your last by T. Nelson whom I luckily met on my road hither. Surely never did small...