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I have occasion for 100. feet of Mahogany to work up into commodes or chests of drawers, one half...
The mahogany you were so kind as to get for me has been recieved, and suits me perfectly. I am...
Th: Jefferson presents his friendly salutations to Cap t Oldham and asks the favor of him to...
I am really sorry for your disappointment in your Western enterprise, altho’ I did think at the...
Th Jefferson sends to Mr Oldham an acceptance of his offer to undertake a pavilion, at the...
The terms offered by James Oldham are accepted for the Pavilion N o I. with an allowance to him...
I write by the return of your messenger to mr Brockenbrough placing him at entire liberty to have...
I sincerely regret that any difficulties should arise between mr Brockenbrough and yourself on...
I inclose you the copy of a resolution of the Visitors of the University of Virga entered into at...
I have duly recieved your letter of the 15 th specifying the charges you propose ag t mr...