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As I must carry thorn plants home in the spring to fill up the vacancies in my hedges, I must now...
Your’s of Jan. 30. is recieved. I now inclose you 350. Dollars towit for James Walker 100. D....
I suppose Davy will set out tomorrow, and of course that he will hardly be back to Monticello...
Davy has been detained here until this day. he now carries with him some bundles of trees, and...
   Memorandums The first work to be done is to finish every thing at the mill, to wit, the dam,...
Will you be so good as to desire mr Stewart to fit up my cutting knife to be used at Monticello,...
I inclose you four hundred and eighty dollars to be paid as follows. D to mr John Carr for J....
My packages which were shipwrecked having been sent on from Richmond to Monticello, I send you a...
Mr. Perry informs me he is ready to proceed with the stable, but cannot for want of the hauling....
I promised Henry Williams to send him by this day’s post 87 D. 13 C for William Stewart. I...