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1 Jefferson, Thomas Peyton, Craven Thomas Jefferson to Craven Peyton, 23 March 1817 1817-03-23 You sometime ago had corn for sale which you were so kind as to offer me. if you have still any...
2 Jefferson, Thomas Peyton, Craven Thomas Jefferson to Craven Peyton, 15 April 1817 1817-04-15 I have secured the return of the 1500.D. you were so kind as to lend me, by a sale of part of the...
3 Jefferson, Thomas Peyton, Craven Thomas Jefferson to Craven Peyton, 23 May 1817 1817-05-23 Th: Jefferson asks the favor of mr Peyton to come and take a pea-dinner with him the day after...
4 Jefferson, Thomas Peyton, Craven Thomas Jefferson to Craven Peyton, 28 June 1817 1817-06-28 I have your papers under consideration, and altho’ I think myself tolerably satisfied on the...
5 Jefferson, Thomas Peyton, Craven Thomas Jefferson to Craven Peyton, 8 July 1817 1817-07-08 It is now five and forty years since I have withdrawn from the practice of the law: I have but...
6 Jefferson, Thomas Peyton, Craven Thomas Jefferson to Craven Peyton, 16 July 1817 1817-07-16 I returned from Poplar Forest yesterday, and now send you your papers with my opinion on them....
7 Jefferson, Thomas Peyton, Craven Thomas Jefferson to Craven Peyton, 17 July 1817 1817-07-17 you are quite free, my dear Sir, to make the use you propose of the opinion I gave you, and under...
8 Jefferson, Thomas Peyton, Craven Thomas Jefferson to Craven Peyton, 15 March 1818 1818-03-15 The injury which the grinding of plaister does to the mill, and the offence it gives to our bread...
9 Jefferson, Thomas Peyton, Craven Thomas Jefferson to Craven Peyton, 27 November 1818 1818-11-27 I am very sensible of the kind indulgence expressed in your letter of yesterday which lays me...
10 Jefferson, Thomas Peyton, Craven From Thomas Jefferson to Craven Peyton, 8 October 1819 1819-10-08 I do not remember that a word was said the other day on the subject of cruelty to slaves. if I...
11 Jefferson, Thomas Peyton, Craven From Thomas Jefferson to Craven Peyton, 14 November … 1819-11-14 The last year was the only one of my life that I ever had pork to spare. this year as usual we...
12 Jefferson, Thomas Peyton, Craven From Thomas Jefferson to Craven Peyton, 13 December … 1819-12-13 Your lre of to-day is hand d to me just as I am getting on horseback I h d expect d to repay to...
13 Jefferson, Thomas Peyton, Craven From Thomas Jefferson to Craven Peyton, 8 March 1820 1820-03-08 I have never in my life been more chagrined or mortified than I am in being obliged to inform you...
14 Jefferson, Thomas Peyton, Craven From Thomas Jefferson to Craven Peyton, 19 October 1820 1820-10-19 I avail myself of the first moment it has been in my power to commence the repaiment of the sum...
15 Jefferson, Thomas Peyton, Craven From Thomas Jefferson to Craven Peyton, 13 February … 1821-02-13 I am at this moment engaged in making arrangements which may supply the deficit of crops and...
16 Jefferson, Thomas Peyton, Craven From Thomas Jefferson to Craven Peyton, 5 March 1821 1821-03-05 I am now enabled to give you an order on Cap t Peyton for 700. D. and to assure you of the...
17 Jefferson, Thomas Peyton, Craven From Thomas Jefferson to Craven Peyton, 12 August 1821 1821-08-12 Instead of answering your letter yesterday, I desired the bearer to tell you I should see you at...
18 Jefferson, Thomas Peyton, Craven From Thomas Jefferson to Craven Peyton, 11 March 1824 1824-03-11 Letter from Thomas Jefferson. The following letter from the distinguished patriot and statesman...
19 Jefferson, Thomas Peyton, Craven From Thomas Jefferson to Craven Peyton, 2 December 1825 1825-12-02 We have failed entirely in our cabbages this year. and I understand this has been universally the...
20 Jefferson, Thomas Peyton, Craven From Thomas Jefferson to Craven Peyton, 9 December 1825 1825-12-09 I return you, Dear Sir, a thousand thanks for your kind present of Cabbages—they are the more...
21 Jefferson, Thomas Peyton, Craven From Thomas Jefferson to Craven Peyton, 31 March 1826 1826-03-31 The proceedings on my lottery are too far advanced to admit the practicability of any change...