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The day after you left Alexa., I wrote to Mr Richard Lee in Richmond, requesting him to examine...
I had presumed from the decision you have taken of standing for your district, that I might have...
I shall leave your deed with Mr C. Lee, after having procured the most probable attendants on the...
You now have the report from the secretary of war mentioned in my last letter & omitted. The...
I have Sent you by my Servant One bushel of Italian forward black eyed Peas they were first...
I am so far on my return from Richmond to Alexa. at which place Mrs Lee still is. The attack...
God bless you & your efforts to save me from the manifold ⟨–⟩ misfortunes which have & continue...
If you please, send off Magnolio tomorrow to be delivered to Mr W.A. Lee who lives at his mothers...
To aid Mr. Twining I put my name on his bill & procured the endorsement of Mr. Constable to...
It is with Particular Pleasure I communicate to you that the General Assembly have Appointed a...
I have Sent you by your Servant 2½ bushels of the Naked Italian Barley wch will be Enough for...
It would give me great pleasure to wait on you tomorrow, but Mrs Lee situation p(revents) it. She...
I am most thankful my dear General for your transmission of this day—the mode you have adopted,...
By way of introduction of a correspondence, with a character I love & respect so sincerely, I...
I am so far on my return from a visit to Richmond. On my route I spent a day with Judge...
It is probable I may take Magnolio in one or two days & send him to So. Carolina. Then let me ask...
Too often am I obliged to intrude on your time, which I assure you I very reluctantly do, as I...
Inclosed you have the patents for the land sold to you. I have Doer Skinners deed with me which...
From my knowledge of your unceasing desire to promote the welfare of your country and fellow...
In our letter of this date to the Assembly you will know our sentiments on the interesting...
I wrote to you when I was here last month relative to our project of union in the purchase of the...
A dispute between Mr. Joseph Jones of King George and Mr. William Lee being mutually referred to...