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This letter will be handed you by mr Dawson, an antient acquaintance & fellow collegian of yours,...
Since my letter of Mar. 17. by mr Dawson I have recieved your favors of Apr. 19. & June 9. the...
The present occasion by mr Dupont is so favorable, that tho constantly immersed in business or...
Extract from the letters written to mr Short & mr Erving. ‘mr Duane is employed this year to make...
Congress have appropriated a sum of money to the procuring books for their use. about one half of...
Your’s of April 3. came to hand June 13. my last to you was of Apr. 19. when I wrote so fully in...
Your letter of July 28. from Norfolk reached me here on the 5th. inst. I immediately wrote to mr...
Your’s of the 5th. came to hand yesterday evening after the departure of the post. this can go...
Th: Jefferson with his friendly salutations to mr Short sends him by his servant the bundle of...
I recieved last night the inclosed letter, which tho’ not signed I know to be from John Bartram ....
As you talked of coming on here in the month of February I have been expecting you, without...
Your’s of the 10th. came to hand two days ago only. I will carry with me to Washington the whole...
Your favor of the 2d. was recd on the 7th. & that of the 12th. last night. as you had informed mr...
Your’s of the 3d . was recieved last night. the uncertainty where you were has alone prevented mr...
Your’s of Oct. 25. from Prestwood came to my hands last night. it is the first knolege of your...
Mr. Lilly having lately sent me the materials for the account of your rents for the year 1802....
Your favor of the 17th. is duly recieved; and consoles me under the chagrin of the necessity...
Mr. Barnes & myself have been long sensible that the passing my pecuniary affairs through his...
I am just winding up for my departure and therefore have only time to inform you that I have left...
According to the desire in your letter of July 19. & that to mr Price, I have settled the rents...
Your favor of the 5th. has been duly recieved; and I am very thankful to you as well as to your...
I am now able to resume my paiments, which have been interrupted by the great expences of the...
Your favors of Feb. 14. & 26. are now before me, and answering first to the former, I inclose you...
Yours of Apr. 24. came to hand some days since, and I now return you the calculation of interest...
Your favor of May 15. was recieved in due time. you will now recieve inclosed a draught of the...
In hopes of seeing you before this in Virginia I had [rese]rved the inclosed out of funds in...
Yours of the 2d. inst. has been duly recieved; but I have not had it in my power to make you the...
Your favor of the 28th. was recieved on the 24th. although mr Skipwith’s error in fact (that the...
Your favor of Feb. 26. has been duly recieved. I think I mentioned in a former letter that...
I observed to you in a former letter that I had found from experience that I could not pay you...