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While I acknowledge the receipt of your favor of the 10th. instant, I must assign as my apology...
I thank you sincerely for several letters, which my vagrant life between this place and Richmond...
I am told, that within these few days a considerable quantity of Madeira wine has been run into...
I this morning received your favor of the 15th. In my letter of yesterday, I gave you a faithful...
The day before yesterday I returned hither from Leesburg. There I was confronted with Mr. Henry,...
I returned home three or four days ago, under the vexatious operation of a quartan. I have been...
As soon as I had recovered my attention to business, I entered upon the chastisement of my notes....
I am this moment labouring under a violent relapse into the ague and fever, which I supposed to...
We arrived last night after much fatigue to ourselves and horses. Indeed I have not been free...
In George Town and Alexa. your discrimination has, as it is said, few advocates. Dr. Stuart was...
After a fatiguing journey we arrived here on sunday evening, when I found all my family well,...
When I came home, I found my family in a really deplorable condition. Not to mention my children,...
The governor has reason to expect the death of Colo. Grayson in a short time; and therefore...
My dear wife is not better, than when I wrote to you last. I expect something determinate in a...
I have been looking most anxiously for the second communication, which you promised me, as soon...
I thank you for your last favor. It relieved me much. But an event of yesterday has given me a...
What I now write, is not designed to impose any task on your friendship; because public duty...
Altho’ I have not put you to the expence of postage by inquiries after your health, I have not...
I was engaged during the whole of the last week in the supreme court of the U. S. Our business...
Presuming, that No law, subsequent to my departure from Virginia, has changed the modes of...
I am satisfied, that there will be great manœuvring about the place of congress for the next...
Consul Bond has just notified me, that he has a draft upon me for 660 dollars, due to-day. I have...
My mind has been occupied with the subject, upon which we conversed. It is immense, critical, and...
It shall be done. Put your name upon the check; it is not payable to bearer. RC ( DLC )....
Mr. Fauchet’s communication about weights and measures goes to congress to-day. I inclose to you,...
I have forborne to write to you since my resignation, that you might be able to affirm, that in...
For reasons, which I assigned to you on our interview near Balto, I have not written to you,...
The meeting, which I mentioned to you in my last letter, was this day held at the Capitol....
19 August 1796, Richmond. Introduces Edwin Burwell. RC ( DLC ). Written on a half-sheet, with...
Judge Claiborne, of the state of Tennessee, has requested me to introduce him to you. He is...