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Your letter of the 14 th ul to was rec d here on the 24 th . As soon as I found from it that M r H. expected, & had a right to expect, I should execute the deed in question, I began the business. Yet it was not until today, that I have succeeded, after a third visit to the Mayor’s office, to obtain the point. It is a most disagreeable corveé to pass through this office—There is always a croud...
At On the 6 th inst: I wrote to you at M al Grouchy s request, to state his intention of being at Monticello about the 20 th — Since then I have seen M r Harris who informed me your intention was to go to
On my return from my summer excursion I have found here Grouchy who is preparing to set out on his long intended visit to Monticello —He begs me to mention this to you, & to say with certainty that he will be there from the 18 th to the 20 th of this month. I mentioned to him the uncertainty of finding you as you might be in one of your Bedford excursions— but he says he reproaches himself...
I have not hastened to reply to your letter of June 19. because I saw that your departure for Bedford would prevent your recieving it until your return; & the present will reach Monticello at your debotter . I am sorry that M r H. should think any thing further, to be necessary for his safety; not, assuredly, that I am not willing to give him every satisfaction his caution can devise, but...