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1 Short, William Jefferson, Thomas To Thomas Jefferson from William Short, 1 December 1819 1819-12-01 Your kind, friendly & most instructive favor of Oct: 31. has been constantly under my eyes, &...
2 Short, William Jefferson, Thomas William Short to Thomas Jefferson, 4 July 1817 1817-07-04 I have not hastened to reply to your letter of June 19. because I saw that your departure for...
3 Short, William Jefferson, Thomas To Thomas Jefferson from William Short, 5 December 1821 1821-12-05 I return you a thousand thanks for your kind & friendly letter of the 24 th ult o . The details...
4 Short, William Jefferson, Thomas To Thomas Jefferson from William Short, 2 November 1825 1825-11-02 I cannot too much thank you for your kind letter of the 14 th It gave me great relief from the...
5 Short, William Jefferson, Thomas To Thomas Jefferson from William Short, 29 June 1820 1820-06-29 I had the pleasure of thanking you in part in my letter of May 2. for your most invaluable favor...
6 Short, William Jefferson, Thomas To Thomas Jefferson from William Short, 29 March 1824 1824-03-29 The last letter which I have had the pleasure of writing to you, was of the date of Octob: 9. in...
7 Short, William Jefferson, Thomas To Thomas Jefferson from William Short, 14 December … 1825-12-14 I had this pleasure on the 2 d ul to & trust that letter got safe to hand. I inclosed in it a...
8 Short, William Jefferson, Thomas To Thomas Jefferson from William Short, 4 October 1825 1825-10-04 It is always a great gratification to me to recieve one of your letters. That of Aug: 9. I found...
9 Short, William Jefferson, Thomas William Short to Thomas Jefferson, 11 May 1818 1818-05-11 Knowing your present aversion to writing, & knowing also how much you are accablé by inevitable...
10 Short, William Jefferson, Thomas To Thomas Jefferson from William Short, 21 October 1819 1819-10-21 I had last the pleasure of writing to you on the 14 th of August, from Ballston Spa, my usual...