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Since the reciept of your favor of Feb. 13. and of mr Cabell’s approving the acceptance of the...
I observe that a meeting of the inhabitants of Charlottesville is called on Satu rda y on the...
I received your note of today & am happy to inform you that considerable interest is felt on the...
I sent you two days since a sketch of the law of the last session relating to the Visitors of the...
I send for your acceptance through the Post office a bottle of wine made last September, from a...
The inclosed lre in Gr. Lat. Fr. and Eng. with it’s accompaniments being intended for your...
M r Joseph Tate, who is the son of one of the most respectable citizens of our Town, is about to...
Please to accept the inclosed copy of a circular letter with the sincere esteem of your Ob t S t...
Il y a bien longtems que je n’ai eu le bonheur de recevoir de vos nouvelles; et la crainte de...
By the encouragement and aid you were pleased to give me in preparing the American Annals for...
Th: Jefferson asks the favor of mr Huntington to dine at Monticello with mr Dodge of Marseilles...
I have been out of blanks for a considerable time, for the renewal of your several notes at Bank—...
Contrary to all precedent I have by me a letter from you which has remained for two months...
I have the honor to enclose the last Report of the Canal Board & to be NNPM .
When I had the pleasure of visiting you at Monticello, I mentioned a letter from the late...
I take the liberty of recommending to your attention, the Prospectus sent herewith. My object in...
On the 15th January last, I did myself the honor to adress you in behalf of M r F. R. Hassler,...
I have rec d your two letters of the 12 & 14. inst: You will have inferred my approbation of the...
I this inst. recieve your of y17 th and hasten to inclose the blanks wh ch had escaped me. I am...
I rec d in due time your favor of Feb. 15. mr Brockenbrough has rec d a part of the ornaments &...
I send for your perusal, a letter recieved yesterday from M r Brockenbrough stating the want of...
I yesterday inclosed to you the necessary blanks, and now forward a draught on you for 100. D the...
Your letter of the 15 th is received and it again affords us pleasure to comply with your wishes...
I sent you some days since a bottle of domestic wine that I call Tokay—I now send you a bottle of...
I have had the pleasure of receiving your favor of 12 th ins t I am at all times disposed...
Fredericksburg Mail arrives Tuesday & thursday 8 Am & Saturday 6 pm departs Monday Wednesday &...
M r Dodge, our Consul at Marseilles, wishing to pay his respects to you on his way to Richm d and...
I am favor’d with yours of the 21st: & 22 d Inst: with their several enclosures: I will forward,...
It is with much pleasure I proceed to send you a few lines the sincere respect which I posses for...
The papers which I now return have been delayed only long enough to be communicated to mr Madison...
Your goodness will Please to Excuse this Application for as Circumstances stand, it is not to be...
I receved Valued favou a few howers after I sent to you my Last Letter and am sorry I have given...
I recieved in due time your favor of the 8 th and have to return you my thanks for the copy of...
From your letter of prophecies I too have caught the spirit of prophecy: for who can withold...
In answering a letter from mr Short I indulged myself in some off-hand speculations on the...
It would be proper for me to apologize for this Intrusion on your retirement was it not at the...
I sent you, to the care of M r Winn Merrut of Charlottesville, a few days past, two copies of the...
Agreeable to the request contained in yours of the — Inst:, have purchased for you C ’s...
Credi tors to be p d in 1823 principal remain g Int. to July 1. 23. annua int. Rawlings James...
I had the honor, Sir, to write you very fully, on the 17 th of October by Raggi and in which, I...
It was my intention, Sir, by this conveyance, to have written to the late Governor Miller of...
Your favor of Mar. 18. is recieved, as had been in due time that of Jan. 15. which I forwarded to...
I have to acknolege the receipt by the last mail of your favor of Mar. 24. addressed to the...
Agreeable to your standing request, I have herewith, your quarterly a/c to 1 st Instant, which...
Duty obliges me to forward to you such letters as the inclosed. I do it willingly on behalf of...
CATALOGUE OF BOOKS, Presented by the Committee appointed for that purpose, and received by the...
Your favor of the 17 th ult. is just now recieved. it brings to my recollection our...
Your favor of Mar. 18. has been duly recieved. I have had several applications, within a few...
My friends here have put me up as a candidate for the Assembly & insist that I shall meet them at...
Apr. 6. 1823. a general view of the finances of the University mr Brockenbrough estimated the...