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I wrote you lately by Judge Wilson whom I accompanied to the circuit court at Charlottesville. I...
On my return from Richmond I was favored with yours of the 14. of July. I should have answered it...
I believe I mention’d in my last that great part of my time would be occupied in the completion...
You will have heard that upon the discussion of G.M.’s merits, the foreign business was postponed...
After the most mature reflection I have at length yielded to my inclinations to suffer my name to...
I parted from Mr. Madison three days past at my house. He was so kind as shew me your letter to...
Since my appointment I have been extremely occupied in a variety of respects. I had likewise...
I came here a few days past to attend the ct. of appeals, it being an irregular term and formed...
Your favor of the 20th. of June I have received and am happy to hear of your restoration to...
I came here a few days past to attend the district court and shall leave this place on the 10th....
I wrote you soon after my arrival here relative to the wishes and pretentions of a Mr. Mortimer,...
The urgent pressure of the Executive for my immediate departure has deprived me of the pleasure...
I could wish Mr. Beckley might receive [this?] immediately. But if he should not be in town will...
Your friends have been made uneasy by a report of your indisposition, but flatter themselves it...
Mr. Gunn has mentioned to Major Butler the report that his conduct at New York upon some publick...
Of the above hasty view I have sent a copy to one or two other friends. Since it was written the...
This will be presented you by Mr. Yard at present residing in this city, but lately from St....
I came here yesterday upon some business in the office of the Ct. of chancery, and shall return...
I have been favor’d with 2 letters from you since my arrival with Paine’s pamphlet in one, and...
I send you the letters mention’d last night, among which you will find two, from Mr. Fitzhugh and...
You have before this I presume heard of the death of Colo. Geo. Mason which was about the 8th. of...
Yesterday in concert with Mr. Izard to whose wishes I am forced to accomodate I agreed to the...
My last from Richmond in answer to yours of the 20th. of June has no doubt been received. The...
The avidity with which I knew you sought retirement and peace, undisturbed by political...
Yours of April 24th. reached me yesterday. Since my last the proposition of Mr. Clarke for...
Charlottesville, 29 Mch. 1791. When he left for Philadelphia last November he sought to place his...
I find the establishment of the charge against Mr. G: will depend principally upon what you heard...
Your favor of the 10th. found me here upon the business mention’d in my last. I left Mrs. M. at...
I have been here rather more than a month and so much engaged with the duties which devolved on...
Early yesterday morning and immediately after my last was written I was called on by Mr. R. to...