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I have got good lodgings for Monroe and yourself, that is to say, a good room with a fire place...
Notes on the alloy of the Dollar dwt grs. dwt The Spanish dollar, till 1728, had 11–4 of pure...
We are here in a state of great quiet, having no public news to agitate us. I have never seen a...
Our post having ceased to ride ever since the inoculation began in Richmond till now, I received...
I wrote you on the 3d. of April, and since that have received yours of Mar. 24. 26. 31. Apr. 14....
In the moment of the departure of the post it occurs to me that you can, by the return of it,...
A merchant neighbor of mine, sets out to-day for Philadelphia for his fall goods, and will return...
I write this merely as a way bill. The Orange post arrives at Charlottesville on Tuesday morning...
I wrote you a kind of way-bill by the Orange post, which arrived at, and left Charlottesville on...
I have kept Mr. Joy’s letter a post or two, with an intention of considering attentively the...
Congress drawing to a close, I must trouble you with a bundle of little commissions We have now...
I inclose two letters to the President and Secretary of state open for your perusal and...
Your favor of Feb. 15. is duly recieved and I now inclose the letter for Mr. Christie, which you...
Your letter of Mar. 23. came to hand the 7th. of April, and notwithstanding the urgent reasons...
I send you the inclosed as you may perhaps not have seen it. Return it if you please. I have not...
You will percieve by the inclosed that Hamilton has taken up his pen in support of the treaty....
I recieved about three weeks ago a box containing 6. doz. volumes of 283. pages 12mo. with a...
Your favor from Fredericksburg came safe to hand. I inclose you the extract of a letter I...
The inclosed letter came under cover to me from Mde. de Chastellux. As I know not where the Duke...
I propose to write you a longer letter in answer to your two favors of Jan. 31. and Feb. 7. which...
I wrote you Feb. 21. since which I have received yours of the same day. Indeed mine of that date...
Th: Jefferson presents his friendly respects to Mr. Madison and asks the favor of him to procure...
Yours of the 13th. is recieved. I am enchanted with Mr. Gallatin’s speech in Bache’s paper of...
Yours of the 4th. came to hand the day before yesterday. I have turned to the Conventional...
Yours of the 11th. is recieved, with the letter from Bringhurst. On consideration of all...
Your favor of the 5th. came to hand last night. The first wish of my heart was that you should...
Yours of Dec. 19. has come safely. The event of the election has never been a matter of doubt in...
Yours of Dec. 25. is safely recieved. I much fear the issue of the present dispositions of France...
The usual accidents of the winter, ice, floods, rains, have prevented the Orange post from coming...
Yours of the 8th. came to hand yesterday. I was not aware of any necessity of going on to...