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Yours of Mar. 27. was recieved last night; and the object of the present is to assure you that...
The operation which Congress has [performed] in the [...] the custom house officers [...] was...
I take the liberty of introducing to your notice the bearer hereof, mr Olsen, minister of his...
Your favor of the 2d. found me here, where I am for a few days only. being an answer to mine it...
In a former letter from Washington I expressed a wish that the salubrity of our climate here, and...
Yours of the 2d. inst. has been duly recieved. I have altogether declined my journey to Bedford,...
Supposing that your curiosity would make an Account of Louisiana acceptable, I inclose to you one...
Your favor of Nov. 16. recieved Nov. 26. is now before me and I inclose you a letter of mr Gore ,...
The case described in the inclosed letter is one to which I am an entire stranger. the writer...
I have this moment recieved your letter of the 12th. instant giving information of the...
It being incumbent on the marshall for the state to keep his prisoners in effectual safe custody,...
It appearing that Philip Williams & Jacob Ray charged with having committed a felony within the...
Your letter, my dear friend, of the 25th. ult. is a new proof of the goodness of your heart, and...
I inclose for your perusal a letter from Dr. Rush, asking the favor of you to return it. on the...
Your several favors of the 3d. inst. have been duly recieved. on the affidavit of Greenlaw which...
Resuming the subject of the resolutions of the House of Delegates of Dec. 31. 1800. Jan. 16....
Mr. John D. Burke, who is engaged in writing the history of Virginia is sollicitous to have the...
Th: Jefferson presents his affectionate & respectful salutations to his friend Governor Page, he...
Your letter of Nov. 22. should have been sooner answered, had I had an earlier moment at which I...
By a letter from mr Walker to mr Madison I learn that he had visited you lately at Rosewell, and...
This letter is entirely confidential. I am warned by sollicitations for the post-office at...
Your’s of June 22. was recieved in due time. since that the Postmaster General has returned to...
Your’s of the 11th. is recieved. in appointments to public office of mere profit I have ever...
Th: Jefferson asks again the intermediation of mr Page to convey to mr Robertson a corrected...
‘In the midst of life we are in death.’ so has said some great moralist, and so says truth even...