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J Madison presents his respects to Col: Randolph & incloses a misdirected letter of Mr. Fanleon....
I have for some time entertained the hope that your affairs being once wound up, your mind would...
I have for some time entertained the hope that your affairs being once wound up, your mind would...
I was glad to recieve your letter of yesterday, altho’ I assure you it was not necessary to...
It is not long since I was apprised that the state of your affairs had become doubtful, and only...
In compliance with the request of Col o Bowyer, conveyed through you, to furnish a list of the...
Presuming that you will by this time have returned from your trip to the lower country, I enclose...
I rec d the bottle of wine you were so kind as to send me about a fortnight ago and have kept it...
I certainly had not the most distant thought of bearing on any controverted question, when, in my...
Your favor of Jan. 31. is this moment rec d and without loss of time I have filled up the dates...
Your favor of Jan. 26. did not get to hand till yesterday. my memory is so much in default on the...
I recieved two hours ago your favor of the 3 d and lose no time in executing the bond and lodging...
The inclosed paper was handed to me by our dear Martha, with a request that I would consider it,...
private I now inclose you the annual report of the Visitors of the University to the Literary...
M r Pendleton found me this morning at my mill as he past it, and delivered me your favor of the...
Your favor of the 27 th came to hand yesterday. I have ever considered the organisation of our...
The Visitors of the University of Virginia proposing to avail the institution of the...
The letter of Col o Taylor to Judge Roane recieved from you thro’ Martha, I now return in a...
Our last mail brought us your favor of the 14 th the case of mr Johnson is thus. his last...
Casting my eye over a printed copy of the late Report of the Visitors of the University, I...
I write this separate letter, and endorse it as private , to prevent it’s being opened by others...
The Rector & Visitors of the University of Virginia, at their last semiannual meeting of Oct. 2....
Yours of the 5 th was recieved yesterday, and having carefully perused the Report of Feb. 14. 20....
In a letter of the 13 th ult. to the Secretary of the board of the Literary fund I stated to him...
In my letter of Apr. 10. on the subject of the loan of 40. thousand dollars to the Visitors of...
I duly recieved the resolution of the President & Directors of the Literary fund of Mar. 25....
I have duly recieved a copy of the resolution of the President and Directors of the Literary fund...
The writer of the inclosed letter has thought proper to pass it to you thro’ my hands. My...
I have seen with the most lively interest in the newspapers your election to the Chief Magistracy...
M r Wood has sent me the inclosed queries with a request to put them into the hands of some one...
I will now give you an account of my prosperity and adversity for these nine years past. In the...
I recd. on the 22d. inst: your letter of the 14th. making known to me, “that the Agricultural...
I inclose you a letter from Judge Peters, president of the board of agriculture at Philadelphia ,...