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Your’s of the 26th came to hand two days ago. I immediately engaged mr Barnes to remit ten...
Your favor of the 6th. is recieved, and in answer thereto I observe that there is to be a...
I recieved your favor of the 16th. by the last post, whereby I observe you are engaged on the N....
Yours of the 17th . is recieved. from my present view of the suit brought against the indorser of...
On the 26th. inst. there were shipped from Philadelphia 2 boxes of sheet iron for the terras,...
Yours of the 3d. was recieved last night. would not riven pine slabs make a better moveable cover...
I recieved last night your letter of the 26th. I am afraid from the account you give of the sheet...
I recieved last night your letter of the day before, and now inclose you the 20. Dollars desired....
I have duly recieved your’s of the 7th. and am sorry for your disappointment at Richmond. at this...
Business prevented my answering your letter of Oct. 21. till I apprehended you had left Albemarle...
Your favor of the 26th. came to hand yesterday, and I now inclose you 40. dollars according to...
In answer to your’s of the 17th. desiring me to procure a Palladio for you either here or at...
I recieved yesterday your letter, of the 11th. and observe you are fitting up a Corinthian room...
I received in due time your letter of Feb. 4. and immediately sent to mr Andrews’s to get the...
Th: Jefferson with his salutations to mr Oldham and his regrets for the loss of the plank...
Mr. Gantt now lives at Bladensburg, being appointed a judge of Maryland. I wrote to enquire of...
As judge Gantt’s first letter gave me reason to expect a 2d immediately, I have waited to recieve...
Your favor of the 4th. inst. came to hand some days ago; but as the question about the sashes for...
On enquiry I found that the small balluster for your Corinthian madillion, if made in...
I am informed that James Hemings my servant has put himself under your superintendance until he...
Your letter of the 6th. has been duly recieved. I have spoken with Capt Andrews & undertaken to...
I inclose you mr Andrews’ reciept for 174D.18c paid him on your account. mr Poype having obtained...
It is now become very material that the whole of my doors should be finished & got to Monticello...
I recieved from mrs March a fortnight ago 128 D .80c for you: and understanding that she had not...
I have this day remitted to Messrs. Gibson & Jefferson for you the sum of 179. D 80 C being the...
The sheet iron which I have hitherto had for guttered roofs has come to me ready bent & painted....
Your letter of July 26. came on to this place after I had disposed of all my August funds, which...
I have this day made a remittance to mr Jefferson out of which he will be enabled to pay you the...
By a letter of Oct. 12. I asked the favor of you to purchase for me in Richmond & forward to...
I thank you for your attention to my little commission of the Mahogany and now inclose you an...