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I sincerely regret that any difficulties should arise between mr Brockenbrough and yourself on...
Th Jefferson sends to Mr Oldham an acceptance of his offer to undertake a pavilion, at the...
I have occasion for 100. feet of Mahogany to work up into commodes or chests of drawers, one half...
I am really sorry for your disappointment in your Western enterprise, altho’ I did think at the...
The mahogany you were so kind as to get for me has been recieved, and suits me perfectly. I am...
I have duly recieved your letter of the 15 th specifying the charges you propose ag t mr...
I write by the return of your messenger to mr Brockenbrough placing him at entire liberty to have...
Th: Jefferson presents his friendly salutations to Cap t Oldham and asks the favor of him to...
I recieved yesterday, during the session of the Visitors of the University, and laid before them,...
The terms offered by James Oldham are accepted for the Pavilion N o I. with an allowance to him...
I inclose you the copy of a resolution of the Visitors of the University of Virga entered into at...