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As soon after the afflicting scene produced by the death of my mother as I could find time to...
I enclose you a printed copy of Mr. Jefferson’s Bill on public Education, because I think it...
When I last had the pleasure to see you at Monticello you appeared to approve of the plan which I...
It would have given me great pleasure to write you from time to time the state of our business in...
In travelling down the country Mr. Loyall & myself had much conversation together on the plan &...
In my way from Charlottesville to this place on yesterday, I called at Monticello and passed an...
I regret that the communication of Mr. Trist of 7th inst relative to your report to the...
I have received in due time by the mail your favor of 13th inst, and would have written you...
The Assembly rose on the 9th inst. after a session of 96 days. I hasten at the first leisure...
Yours of the 24. Ulto. upon the subject of Mr. Longs appointment in the University of London, and...