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Bill for Capt Martin   10. joists  8. by 10.I.  24.f. long clear of bad knots windshakes &...
I agreed the last winter with mr Matthew Brown of Lynchburg for the execution of certain...
I recieved on the 21 st your letters of the 10 th and 13 th and learn with much concern the...
The sale of my tob o in Richmond has been so miserable (averaging but 5.D) out of which the...
Blankets. Beds Cate Cate Hal Hanah . Cate ’s Hanah Lucinda . Sally Edy Armistead Dinah Maria ....
Your’s of the 5 th has been recieved. I prefer sending the flour to Richmond . it is more...
I am lately returned from the Warm springs with my health entirely prostrated by the use of the...
I confidently expected to have set out for the Forest on the 15 th or soon after, under the known...
Having got my endorsement for mr Nicholas arranged with the bank of the US. all to the recording...
Nace arrived here Friday evening with his beeves safe, but not as lucky as to his muttons. one...
According to promise I now inclose you mr Morris ’s and Maj r Pollard ’s reciepts for their 1 st...
I have for sometime been becoming sensible that that age was rendering me incompetent to the...
I inclose you a bill of sawing which I must get you to have done by Cap t Martin; and the earlier...
I send this by mr Coffee, who going on to Columbia in S. C. passes by Lynchburg, and proposes to...
Henry delivered your letter and all the articles entrusted to him safely on Tuesday night. I now...
It being now high time to try the experiment of burning our stubble fields as a means of...
I recieved by my grandson yours of the 14 th and cannot say that I have recieved any thing which...
Dick arrived here on Friday night with every thing safe. he yesterday he rested of course with...
Your two favors of May 22. and 31. came together on the 4 th inst and our first mail for...
When I wrote to you on the 11 th of Sep. I confidently hoped to recover my health and strength to...
On settling up the affairs of the year I find I shall again be mortifyingly deficient in meeting...
Yancey Joel Cr. 1815. Dec. 31 150 1816. Dec. 31. for 1816 400 1818. Apr. 11. 50 May 2. for 1817...
Your letter of the 18 th Dec. was not recieved till the 28 th . that of the 24 th came at the...
I recieved duly your favor of Dec. 22. and felt sincere satisfaction at the assurances it...
On the very day the waggon left us, my daughtor, who was to accompany me to Bedford was taken...
In my letter of the 12 th inst. I left to the convenience of mr Hepburn whether he would come on...
When I left you I counted with certainty on being at Poplar Forest during the last week at the...
The letter which in yours of the 18 th you mention to have written to me in the last fall never...
Jefferson will not be able to go to Bedford for some time. he set off this day to Richmond to see...
In my letter by Jerry I forgot to request you to send by the waggon the barrel of biscuit also,...
Since my letter by mr Burwell I have recieved from mr Gibson an account of the sale of my Tob o...
Your favor of July 28. has been duly rec d and I think on recollection you will be satisfied that...
In directing the distribution of the pork for this season I believe I omitted to state that 10....
Your favor of Feb. 19. was recieved the 1 st inst. as was also the joint letter from yourself &...
I send off Nace and Philip this morning to assist in your harvest, and intended to have set out...
In my letter of the 14 th I mentioned the circumstance of the illness of my horses which was...
Your letter of the 3 d did not get to Charlottesville unti last night. I had written to you on...
Dec. 11. 19. wrote to Joel Yancey by Henry going with 2. mules to bring John Hemings E t c. &...
I now inclose you an order on mr. Gibson in favor of mr. Hepburn for 50.D. It is the first moment...
We should have been now about setting off for Poplar Forest, but for the accident of 3 of my...
The waggons arrived here on Wednesday a little after the middle of the day. we were under extreme...
The waggons arrived yesterday forenoon with every thing safe except that Jerry left one of his...
During the unexampled spell of hard weather which we had in Jan. & Feb. and March , I thought it...
My visit to Bedford has been delayed by a serious accident to my mill. the workman on whom I...