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Th: Jefferson returns his thanks to mr Rogers for the copy of his 3 d edition of his Biographical...
Yours of the 11 th is recieved. those of Nov. 2. and Dec. 14. had been so in due time. I suppose...
Age and ill health having since rendered me unequal to the management , of my affairs, it is some...
I pray you to be assured I should not have been so late in answering your favor of Dec. 22. had...
I thank you for the copy of the Laws of the Gardiner Museum which you have been so kind as to...
I return you many thanks for your kind attention to the request of my letter of the 30 th Ult....
Your favor of Dec. 14. came to hand yesterday, and I now inclose you a copy of the laws and...
I have duly recieved your favor of Dec. 31. and fear with you all the evils which the present...
I have for some time entertained the hope that your affairs being once wound up, your mind would...
I have to thank you for the copy you have been so kind as to send me of your discourse before the...
I have duly recieved your favor of Dec. 27. 25. stating that on the reformation of the Navy in...
The temporary bell should be placed on the ridge of the roof of the Pavilion in which the books...
I have duly recieved your favor stating my debt to you 14. D and that a bill of 20. D. will pay...
I recieved yesterday your favor of the 30 th your advances for me have been unreasonably great...
I am about to ask a friendly office of you which I hope will give you no other trouble than to...
I now return you Ritchie’s letter and your answer. I have read the last with entire approbation...
Your favor of Dec. 26. has been duly recieved, and I enter with anxiety into all your views and...
I now return you Ritchie’s letter and your answer. I have read the latter with entire approbation...
Your favor of Dec. 8. was recieved on the 13 as the subject would require explanations beyond the...
I cannot blame you, if you have been thinking hardly of my long delay in answering your favor of...
A Statement of Tho s Jefferson’s Bond to 1 st Jany 1826. 1820 May 31. To Amt principal $ 843.50 〃...
172Memorandum Books, 1825 (Jefferson Papers)
Jan. 4. The wines recd. from Dodge & Oxnard Dec. 14. & this day for myself for T.I.R. total vin...
This indenture made on the day of one thousand eight hundred and twenty five, between Arthur S....
will you lend me my draught for a quarter of an hour to N. P T. the draught herein mentioned was,...
Mod. Cost. D M. W. Fr. V. Ion Pallad. Modil 30 Dinsm 8,768. Antient lang. Long. 7½ – 9½ VIII....
An Essay or Introductory Lecture towards facilitating instruction in the Anglo-Saxon and Modern...
Mr Key. Bilfingeri dissertatio de triplici rerum cognitione. 4 to 1721 elementa Physicus Leips....
I have to ask a favor of you in behalf of the “University” of Virginia, the motives to which I am...
In a letter of this day to the P.M. Gen l I have sollicited his establishing a deposit of letters...
In mine of the 1 st I mentioned that I would send my other Polygraph by mr Millar of Germantown a...