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Martha, Maria and myself have just returned today from a visit to your Sister Mrs. Carr. The...
I am sorry it is not in my power to begin immediately the course of observations you proposed in...
Since we wrote last Martha and myself have determined to settle immediately on our farm. We have...
I am extremely sorry it is not in my power to forward to you Andersons account of the Hebrides as...
Polly has allready informed you of the addition of a little Grand Daughter to your family and of...
Patsy continues in very good health and would have written to you herself had I not prevented her...
Patsy, the little girl Polly and myself have been in good health since you heard last from us....
Mr. Thompson the gentleman whom I mentioned last summer to you as a Candidate for a Consulship...
Altho the letter carrier between Charlottesville and Richmond is continued in his employment, the...
We are unhappy at not being able to transmit you as regular accounts from Monticello as you are...
Your letter of June 23. arrived at Monticello on the 4. of July and made us happy by mentioning...
I can give you no account of the objects of our mutual affection later than the 15. of this month...
The Satisfaction my Fathers Success gives me, makes me communicate it to you. Colo. Harvey lies...
We were rendered happy last night by the receipt of a packet containing all your letters and...
We arrived here yesterday Evening after a tedious and disagreeable journey thro’ the deepest snow...
I take the liberty to make a request which nothing should induce me to make, were I not convinced...
I am happy to inform you that a great part of your young trees from Long-island is alive...
I trouble you with two other letters for the British packet which I beg the favor of you to have...
Your letter containing the seeds of the Acacia came safe to Monticello. Patsy and Miss Jane, who...
I have found it more convenient to send you a bill for the money you were so kind as to pay for...
I am sorry it is not in my power to give you such an estimate of the probable product of your...
In your last letter you mention nothing of your trip to Virginia, which makes us fear that it...
Upon examining the Set of Buffon which you gave me in consequence of your kind offer to endeavor...
You are surprized no doubt that the letters which came to Charlottesville for you in the last...
My letter of the last week missed the usual conveyance by the untimely departure of the post...
This letter is borne by Serjeant Sydnor whom I must request you will aid in his suit to the...
Since the 26. of October I have not passed 6 successive days at Monticello and consequently have...
In consequence of your letter to Mr. Randolph Jefferson a Mr. James Kinsolving applied to...
We find by your letters not coming as usual that the Northern mail has been delayed by the Snow....
Your letter by the post before last has not yet reached Monto. and consequently we did not know...