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$10,000 Sixty days after date I promise to pay Thomas Jefferson Esq r or order without offset...
19 October 1809, Warren. Introduces Maj. James Morrison of Kentucky, “one of the most respectable...
This letter will be delivered to you by M r Arthur Brockenbrought, who I anxiously hope you will...
I have the honor to inform you that you are appointed one of the Visitors of the Central College...
When I had the pleasure of seeing you I forgot to deliver the inclosed. I wou’d not give you this...
I find from a conversation with Mr. John Montgomery, that it wou’d be very grateful to him, to...
Under cover to M r Dandridge I inclose two notes which you will be so good as to indorse, and...
I last night received the enclosed, It is a subject that I am incompetent to give an opinion...
I have had the pleasure to receive your notes of this date, with their enclosures the subject was...
Be pleased to accept my cordial thanks for the inquiries you have made as to an engineer for this...
It is with great regret that I intrude upon you at a moment when I know you are very much en...
I received your letter of the 15 th of July by my servant messenger. Circumstanced as you were...
I was charged by Mr. Charles Pinckney of South Carolina, with a message to you that entirely...
I beg leave to introduce to you Mr. Joseph Daviess the district attorney for Kentuckey, he is a...
The first of the two notes you were so good as to endorse for me will come round by the time I...
I was sincerely concerned to hear of your indisposition: On saturday it gave me infinite pleasure...
I have the honor to inform you that you are appointed one of the Visitors of the Central College...
I have endeavoured to ascertain how the notes wou’d be in the Senate upon the nomination of Mr....
14 September 1804, Warren. “It gives me great pleasure to hear that you and Mrs. Madison, are to...
I enclose you Mr. Quincy’s Speech. In the anxiety that I feel upon the subject I mentioned to you...
A most unfortunate and Melancholy event , makes it necessary that I shou’d go in a few days to...
I have this moment received your letter of the 26 th instant . I have mentioned to as many of the...
I have endeavoured to ascertain how the votes wou’d be in the Senate upon the nomination of Mr....
I have the mortification to inform you, that the information I gave you of the consent of the...
I expected for some time past to have the pleasure of seeing you tomorrow, but I cannot venture...
At the request of several of the most respectable people of Kentucky I take the liberty to...
I have just heard that M r Arthur Brockenborough, is willing to engage with you to do the...
By a resolution of the General Assembly of Virginia, the President and Directors of the Literary...
If the most ardent hopes and wishes of your countrymen, cou’d have availed you wou’d have been...
My reason for mentioning to you this Morning the subject we conversed about, was that this is the...