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Your favor of Oct. 27. came to hand while G l La Fayette is with us. I took an early occn to...
Your letter of the 6 th came but lately to hand. I cheerfully comply with the request it conveyed...
Your favor of Aug. 12. is duly recieved, covering the letter of mr Reynolds and some printed...
Your favor of the 1 st is recieved and I am happy to learn that you are settled so much to your...
Your favor of the 16 th with the 2. vols of Botta are safely recieved, and I am much pleased to...
I am uncertain whether you know that you have been anticipated in the translation of Botta. the...
I recieved, on my return from Bedford your favor of the 5 th on the subject of a bookstore...
Your favor of June 6. came safely to hand with the volume containing the Discourse of Descamps on...
When it was determined in March last that the whole of the funds of the University, which could...
I have a grandson, Francis Eppes whom I should be very glad to have put under your tuition the...
I recieved last night your favor of the 11 th and now forward you the Volume of Botta in which...
Th: Jefferson presents his compliments to mr Girardin and informs him that he has with great...
Your letter of the 13 th never came to hand till yesterday evening, and as mr Hall presses you in...
Your favors of May 30. and June 5. are recieved with the article respecting J. Q. Adams which I...
M. De Laage did me the favor to call on me with your’s of Mar. 2. I was happy to recieve him,...
Your favor of the 27 th is recieved, covering the resolution I had asked , which I now return...
I think I once saw in your hands a copy of the approbatory resolution of our assembly, past after...
I have thought it safest to put my answer to mr David under your cover. I have formerly been...
Your favor of the 7 th has been recieved, and I now send you the letter of mr Page which you...
The unfortunate error into which I led you in conversation by a lapse of my memory, having...
I return you the 15 th 16 th and 17 th chapters which I have kept too long; but since mr Millegan...
Your servant finds us just setting down to table, so I on can only scribble you a line. I will...
I return your 14 th Chapter with only 2. or 3. unimportant alterations as usual, and with a note...
Your messenger finds me to the elbows in the dust of my book-shelves. I recieved my Catalalogue...
I return the three Cahiers, which I have perused with the usual satisfaction. you will find a few...
I will with pleasure examine the Cahiers you have sent me. I send you Ramsay ’s revoln, La Motte...
I return your cahier, without with about half a dozen unimportant alterations only. three or four...
I have no document respecting Clarke ’s expedition except the letters of which you are in...
I thank you for the gazettes, review, & Coote s’s history , all of which I have read, except the...
Th: Jefferson must apologise to mr Girardin for not sending an answer to his note of the day...
Th: Jefferson returns his thanks to mr Gerardin Girardin for the two plants of Cape Jessamine...
I send you the 1 st vol. of Tucker ’s Blackstone & the 1 st & 2 d of Botta . I think I have...
I send you by the bearer the parallel ruler you desired and return the catalogue you were so kind...
Before I went to Bedford I asked the favor of you to let me know the amount of my debt to you for...
Th: Jefferson returns his thanks to M r Girardin for the Sabots, which will be of real value to...
According to your request of the other day, I send you my formula and explanation of L d Napier’s...
Th: Jefferson presents his compliments to M. Girardin and his regrets that his garden is so bare...
Th: Jefferson presents his compliments to mr Gerardin Girardin & is sorry he cannot furnish him...
The bearer hereof, T. Jefferson Randolph , my grandson, proceeds to Richmond with a view to enter...
Th: Jefferson returns to mr Girardin the Prospectus of his work to which he becomes willingly a...