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As one who asks no employment but will accept of it, if public considerations should make his...
I beg leave to transmit to you the enclosed copy of a letter from Colonel Newton. The President...
When I reached this place which was as soon as my necessary call at home would permit I gave your...
Before I left home, Col Lee being about to depart for Congress, I wrote you by him. Since my...
In the forenoon this day I got here—soon saw the President & your affectionate friend Mr....
We have been all again made most miserable by the accounts received of the desperate state of...
I find myself fatigued with my journey or should wait on you this evening. While in Newyork I...
I am to receive in the course of next month Judge Wilsons bonds payable in one & two years to the...
We have heard here that a circular ltr. from you to the several collectors relative to French...
As I hope on my return to Virga. to raise as much money as will pay off old Fairfax & put into...
This evenings post from Norfolk has brought information of the arival of a french fleet in...
The enclosed please to give to our friend Frenau. It contains a list of some subscribers to his...
The horse I mentioned to you is not of the sort you want: tho a well looking horse. I wished to...
I was early this morning my dear President with Col. H[oward] & he called on me Just now. I had I...
Among the late exiles from St. Domingo in consequence of the misfortunes to which the inhabitants...
Pardon me for again writing to you in so short a time—I always do it with reluctance, because I...
Snow on the ground for seven days past & now snowing fast. Good weather for wheat. Your letter of...
It was a long time before I had an opportunity of making known to Mr Henry the purport of that...
I beg leave to make known to you the bearer Docr. Morrow. He was early engaged in the service of...
I do myself the honor to transmit to you a letter addressed to me by the British Consul residing...
Soon after I parted with you, I left Phild. and quickly got here. My whole rout presented to me...
I had the pleasure last night to receive your letter of the 28h. March with the newspapers...
Thos Tinsley of this state will have the pleasure of presenting this letr He is desirous of...
To shew you that all is not anger & that truth may perhaps regain its empire I enclose the...
I hear with real joy that you have joined the happy circle & that too in the happiest manner. To...
Richmond, Va., 16 Feb. 1792. Transmits an extract of a letter from Mr. Taylor, one of the...
you will suppose I apprehend that I am rather too solicitous for your possession of the aid of...
Mr Cox was about taking to you my riding horse, but my apprehension of yr. necessary hurry & my...
The preservation of the relative importance of Virginia among her sister states must be held...
Richmond, 7 June 1793 . If TJ can give letters of introduction to the bearer, Mr. Livingston, a...