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Letter not found. 3 May 1790. Offered for sale in the Parke-Bernet Catalogue No. 468, May 1943.
If you had investigated the Question, concerning Possessions or that about matter and Spirit, in...
I recieved last night your friendly letter of the 12th. which shall be answered the first...
Ask the great Lady, you quoted in your last, whether when I pray for the health of Philadelphia,...
You make me very happy when you Say, that you agree with me upon the Subject of the...
I should not so soon have troubled you with a reply to your friendly favor of Mar. 15. but for...
Your obliging favor of the 22d Ult. I recd. last night. I remember so much of the transactions,...
I have recd. your favour of the 26th. of Decr. You mention Cobbet. have you read Mr Randolphs...
I am much obliged by your favour of the 8th. Oh how I wish, I had time to write, and you Patience...
Your favour of the fifteenth is received. In a cornfield, which I had manured with seaweed and...
I have recd. with great Pleasure your Letters of 22d. April and 19. March. These important...
I received your two favours one of 9 and the other of 13th. I am sorry that you should have felt...
No! You and I will not cease to discuss political questions: but We will agree to disagree ,...
Omnicient Jackson Said to me, at his own Table and repeated it at mine in London, that Chatham...
I do not know if you may have noticed in the Newspapers of a year or two ago that Edward...
Be pleased to accept my cordial congratulations on the felicity of your Family in the arrival of...
I had the Pleasure of yours of August 19, by the last Post, and thank you for your kind...
Your favor of the 1st. inst. came to hand last night. the embarrasment of answering propositions...
Your Letter of the tenth, like all others from your pen, notwithstanding all your apologies, was...
I am in great perplexity, Every day something Occurs to puzzle my feeble intellect. To whom can I...
I know not whether I shall make you smile or weep, excite your ridicule or pity or contempt when...
I acknowledge my fault in neglecting to answer two or three of your last favours. I now thank you...
This will be delivered you by my grandson Th Jefferson Randolph, who goes to Philadelphia to...
Handsome Bradford, of thy City, allarmed me, the other day at our Athenaeum in Boston, by telling...
I cannot give up my dear Latin and Greek although Fortune has never permitted me to enjoy so much...
you will I hope pardon the Liberty I have taken to address myself to you Sir upon a Subject which...
Your Volume will not produce Answers or Examinations or reflections: but probably Reproaches,...
If I were as rich as Mr Stephen Gerard or Mr William Gray, I would publish and proclaim offers...
I want to write an Essay.—Whom Shall I choose for a Model?—Plutarch, old Montaigne, Lord Bacon,...
If I could be considered as a Friend to the Family I should Advise the Grand Children of Dr...
While at Monticello I am so much engrossed by business or society that I can only write on...
Th: Jefferson being engaged in packing his books will thank Dr. Rush for the volumes lent him if...
No one would more willingly than myself pay the just tribute due to the services of Capt Barry ,...
Mrs Rush may be assured, that I have no doubt of her Friendship for me. The Familiarities and...
When I sat down to write you, yesterday I really intended to write a sober Letter: but fell...
I thank you, my dear Sir for the promptitude of your Answer to my last Letter, and for inclosing...
26 June 1794. Encloses Heinrich Matthias Marcard’s letter to GW of 5 Aug. 1793, which GW gave to...
I am half inclined to be very angry with you for destroying the Anecdotes and documents you had...
Your friendly letter of Mar. 12. was recieved in due time and with a due sense of it’s value. I...
You have forgotten, Old Dr Shippen, Dr Franklin, and many others. I have known many Instances....
I recieved in due time your friendly letter inclosing two pamphlets . I have deferred acknoleging...
I agree with Sidney as quoted in your favour of the 13th. That civil War is preferable to Slavery...
Th: Jefferson presents his compliments to Dr. Rush and will be happy if he can take a dinner with...
I have, long before the receipt of your favour of the 31 of October, supposed that either you...
ALS : National Archives I have just received the enclos’d Letters by the Chevalier Kermorvan. By...
I have persecuted you, too much with my letters.—I beg you would give yourself no trouble to...
I have to acknolege the reciept of your favor of Aug. 22. and to congratulate you on the...
I have been favd with yours of the 26th December. Soon after the Rect I had an opportunity of...
I duly recd. the two pamphlets which you were so obliging as to inclose me; and had hoped ere...
I am Such a miser that I cannot Suffer a Letter of yours to remain a day unanswered, because my...