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My last to you was of Dec. 2. since which I have recieved yours of Octr 27. Nov. 1. 4. 10. 19. &...
Your unacknoleged letters of June 17. July 14. Nov. 13. prove me an unpunctual correspondent. it...
It is understood that under the former government of Louisiana there was an appeal in judiciary...
I wrote you last on the 28th. of Oct. since which I have recieved your favors of Sep. 8. 27. &...
In a letter of the 17th. of April which I wrote you from Monticello I observed to you that as the...
As before you recieve this, you will have seen the act for the government of Louisiana, I need...
The evasions of the preceding Embargo laws went so far towards defeating their objects, and...
This letter is confidential, but not official. it is meant to give you a general idea of our...
In the moment of my departure for Monticello I recieve letters from Capt. Lewis by which I...
I have duly recieved your favor of the 10 th . those of Aug. 11. 13. & 25. would have been sooner...
I found it safest on the whole to take out new warrants and lay them on my 800. acres of land in...
Having come from Philadelphia to make some short stay here, but not long enough to go to Bedford,...
The following are the slaves which I have concluded to sell from Bedford, to wit. Sam. Dilcey...
You remember that among the lands I held here was an entry of 99. a s purchased by mr Wayles of...
I arrived here two days ago, and have brought with me instruments for our project at the peaks....
In the expectation of your being at Campbell superior court I sent a letter there for you, but...
I had every thing packed and prepared yesterday to set out this morning for Mount Prospe c t ;...
I inclose you the following bonds of persons residing in the counties wherein I understand you...
On a suggestion that it may be interesting to Cap t Colin Buckner , & perhaps to yourself, I have...
About 9. or 10. years ago I put into the hands of mr Lyle of Manchester some bonds toward paiment...
I have to acknolege the reciept of your kind letter and meant on Sunday next to have the pleasure...
The road which now leads thro’ the middle of my land from Abner Callaway’s to Johnson’s , a...
I am engaged in the prosecution of a writ of forcible entry and detainer against mr Samuel Scott...
Reflecting on the case of mr Robertson , which I think a very cruel one, a doubt has occurred to...
I have to acknolege the reciept of your favor of Feb. 12. [as I] learn with great satisfaction...
Your favor of Nov. 12. has been duly received; as has also the parcel of Paccan nuts for which,...
Th: Jefferson presents his compliments to Mr. Clark, & his thanks for the Indian axe he was so...
I have examined the papers you left with me on the claim to the commons of N. Orleans, and...
You will be informed by a letter from the Secretary of state of the terms and the extent of the...
In conversation with mr Stannard a few days ago he informed me that you had invented and made a...