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Your favor of Nov. 6. was recieved in due time. a press of business has prevented my answering...
Your favor of the 16th. was recieved on the 20th. the post having departed the day before as...
Letter from Thomas Jefferson. The following letter from the distinguished patriot and statesman...
The original letter from mr Morgan with the account inclosed, came to hand since I wrote to you....
I had yesterday paid to mr Lilly every dollar I had, more than sufficient to carry me to...
The sum I owe you is between five hundred and forty or fifty Dollars. I have this day written to...
Will you be so good as to send me the account of mr T. E. Randolph , & the list of balances due...
I am now enabled to give you an order on Cap t Peyton for 700. D. and to assure you of the...
I lent you some time ago the deed & receipt of John Henderson as to the property of the younger...
Being unacquainted with the rules of proceeding in the land office of the U.S. I am unable to say...
Soon after my letter of the 16th. had gone off, your contract for corn occurred to me, which I...
M r Rosson is finishing a carriage for me and has not a pair of handles left. but he has the...
Your favor of the 14th. must have lost a post or two somewhere, this being the first which admits...
Your favor of the 13th. came to hand last night: and I am happy that the postponements of paiment...
I do not remember that a word was said the other day on the subject of cruelty to slaves. if I...
I have recieved from mr D. Carr copies of the papers in court respecting your injunction against...
I have recieved a letter from Col o Charles Lewis now of Kentucky expressing apprehensions that...
I returned from Poplar Forest yesterday, and now send you your papers with my opinion on them....
I find myself very much indebted for your kind agency in the purchase of the lands for me from...
I gave notice some time ago that to mr Michie that I would take your deposition and that of mr...
Instead of answering your letter yesterday, I desired the bearer to tell you I should see you at...
I recieved last night your letter of the 19th. and altho’ I do really consider the sum of 375. D....
Your lre of to-day is hand d to me just as I am getting on horseback I h d expect d to repay to...
Craven Peyton on a contract for corn in acc t with Th: Jefferson D r
As I presume you will go to court tomorrow, and I shall not, I must ask the favor of you to call...
I now send you the deed, and a copy of the Virginia law made by D. Carr, which will serve to...
I cannot consider the mill as worth either to the proprietors or myself more than the [price] of...
In my letter of Oct. 8 covering a Columbia bank note for 1240 D. 27 c I recommended to you to...
I recieved yesterday your favor of the 18th. if you can sell the lands of Henderson South of the...
Whereas Craven Peyton has this day executed a deed of conveyance to me for the lands of the late...