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I now return you the paper containing Mr Hassler’s publication, which, so very slight was my...
I have used no ceremony in retaining the enclosed $15. until I could conveniently return it. Do...
My search among the papers here, has proved equally ineffectual. I shall see Mr Gilmer to-day,...
Yours of the 11th finds me this morning on the point of setting out, in company with Dr...
It may, perhaps, be important to you to know that a conversation with General Bernard to-day has...
Immediately after the adjournment of the Board, Mr Lomax called to enquire whether they had made...
I send, with the request that they be returned when you shall have done with them, a couple of...
I have already delayed several days longer than I intended, the acknowledgment of the receipt of...
Called to Charlottesville on business, I stop a moment, to send you an extract from a few lines...
I am utterly ashamed of myself for having kept you waiting so long for letters which you have,...
The first thing to be done after the adjournment of the Board, was to make up the record & copy...
Your favor of the 2d—postmarked 3d—was received this morning, after the departure of the mail. I...
Your favor in answer to mine, has come safe to hand. Such is the character of the attention now...
Your favor of the 2nd—was answered yesterday evening, & the answer went by this morning’s mail....
Intending to answer your favor of the 27th. by that mail, I went up on Saturday afternoon, to the...
He continues to live in the Nth Pavilion— Her appartment is in future to be occupied conjointly...
It has for some years, been a subject of regret with Mr Huygens to have passed near Montpellier...
My indisposition was of short duration: Dr Dunglison’s prescription dispelling the fever & other...
Your kind favor with the accompanying papers, from which I have made several interesting...
The packet which goes by the same mail contains, I believe, all the papers you desired me to...
Your packet has come safe to hand, & the enclosure for Mr Nicholls shall be delivered by me this...
Under the head "Marriage & Placement," is a very curious & interesting fact, if it be a fact--and...
On going over to Edge-hill yesterday, I learned that the letter you wrote for a copy of, sometime...
The enclosed is a communication to the Enquirer, not yet published , which I have got printed at...
Owing to my not attending Court on Monday I did not receive your favor of the 3d. till the next...
I wrote a line the day after the receipt of your letter, to inform you of its safe arrival. It...
I should not have been so tardy in acknowledging your two favors of the 23 and 30th ulto, and...
The Board, as you will perceive, adjourned on Saturday; and, at that time, I expected to have it...
Procrastination has prevented my sooner writing on a subject which the deep interest I take in...
With a caution that my slowness and total inexperience in the duties of which the board of...
You should have heard from me some time since, but for the prospect held out by the arrival of...
The enclosed letter, I received yesterday evening, and hasten to forward to you, as well as my...
It is more than four weeks since I received your last; and I then thought that but a day or two...
Calling by here in haste this morning, I am met by Mr Brockenbrough who calls me into his office,...
The servant overtook Mr R So that you received your tardy letters yesterday evening. I here send...
Unless the day should be unfavorable, Mrs Trist & myself & children will set out to-morrow, to...
I have to acknowledge your two favors of the 8th & 27th instant. The last came to hand yesterday...
Towards the close of a thorough examination which I have made of Mr. Jefferson’s papers, and when...
I received, yesterday, a letter from Mr Clay, which I have answered by an acceptance of the...
To my great mortification, I learn this evening that Mr Randolph left Edge-hill after dinner, for...
I intended that you should first hear from myself , of the plunge I have taken; but this step has...
I have, for some time, been intending to send you the enclosed; but, agreeably to my second...
I have just sent to the post-office, the copy of Mr Monroe’s paper, due to Genl. Breckenridge;...
After the dose of Constitutional matter which you have had forced upon you of late, it is not...
I have only time to ask the favor of you to send the enclosed to Mr Randolph by the first mail....
I have been intending to write ever since we had the pleasure—a most heartfelt one—of hearing of...
On the subject of all the conversations which it has been my good fortune to enjoy with you, I...
This mail conveys to you two copies of the enactments, which have been delayed so long. You will...
Thinking on this subject last night in bed, it occurred to me that the most effectual way to keep...
My delay in writing has been greater than you probably expected when we parted or than I...