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26171 Jefferson, Thomas Bassett, Burwell Thomas Jefferson to Burwell Bassett, 2 August 1811 1811-08-02 I have duly recieved your favor of July 20 th and thank you for the trouble you have been so good...
26172 Jefferson, Thomas Bracken, John Thomas Jefferson to John Bracken, 2 August 1811 1811-08-02 I have lately recieved a letter from mr Mazzei in which he sais ‘I have several times mentioned...
26173 Jefferson, Thomas Galloway, Benjamin Thomas Jefferson to Benjamin Galloway, 2 August 1811 1811-08-02 Th: Jefferson presents his compliments to mr Galloway and his thanks for the papers he inclosed....
26174 Jefferson, Thomas Oster, Martin Thomas Jefferson to Martin Oster, 2 August 1811 1811-08-02 I have lately recieved a letter from M. de Beauvois of Paris stating the claims of Madame...
26175 Bishop, John Madison, James To James Madison from John Bishop, 1 August 1811 … 1811-08-01 1 August 1811, Glasgow. Has read that there are 33,000 weavers in New York. Information from his...
26176 Jefferson, George Jefferson, Thomas George Jefferson to Thomas Jefferson, 1 August 1811 1811-08-01 M r Thomas Taylor an acquaintance of mine having lately purchased some land near the West-ham...
26177 Latrobe, Benjamin Henry Jefferson, Thomas Benjamin Henry Latrobe to Thomas Jefferson, 1 August … 1811-08-01 Having received your very acceptable letter of the 14 th of April in the midst of the hurry &...
26178 Adams, John Rush, Benjamin From John Adams to Benjamin Rush, 31 July 1811 1811-07-31 I have several sweet letters from you the last of which is the 20th of this month. The table of...
26179 Adams, Abigail Smith Johnson, Catherine Nuth From Abigail Smith Adams to Catherine Nuth Johnson, 31 … 1811-07-31 yours of July 21, I received by the last Mail I was just going to ask the cause of your long...
26180 Adams, John Quincy Adams, Thomas Boylston From John Quincy Adams to Thomas Boylston Adams, 31 … 1811-07-31 No more scolding about your accounts—No more petty complaints about trifles instead of hearty...