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I found very readily the two bundles of papers which I enclose. Capt Peyton who has been with us...
We recieved your letters last night only, and the necessary preparations for the boy’s Journey...
The emergency of the occasion must apologise for the liberty I took in opening the enclosed. but...
Whereas Thomas Man n Randolph & Martha his wife by due conveyance from myself were seised in fee...
This Indenture made on the day of one thousand eight hundred & ten, between Thomas Mann Randolph...
I shall go to Monticello a day or two before you arrive as it is probable by the return of the...
Mr Randolph has been applied to by the people of the County generally to know if you would have...
The name of the young gentleman for whom the application was made is Moultrie. The Christian name...
I enclose you another letter My Dearest Father, irksome as it is for me to add to your vexations...
The small pox has broke out in Staunton and spread a general alarm, least through the medium of...