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I have the honour to make known to you, that on Tuesday the 7th. instant, at Charlottesville, a number of respectable Gentlemen of Albemarle and the adjacent Counties, who had held a prior meeting in form on the preceding evening with that view, united themselves to constitute an agricultural Society. An Organization was completed, many regulations were adopted, and the title of “Agricultural...
My promise to my Wife forces me to accept the favor your goodness has offerred. Before I parted with her I assured her that I would do any thing rather than continue to live separate from her for any length of time. To assist in the conquest of Canada has been long a favorite object with me, and the risk, suffering, and toils of another attempt would be born with pleasure. But the pain of...
My Brother in Law Mr Hackley informs me that he will shortly be in the neighbourhood of your Country Seat, and I ask of him to wait upon you with my homage, which it has, for such a number of years, been my pride to be allowed to pay. His long residence in the Peninsula, and his excellent understanding, and habit of observation, may perhaps enable him to afford you interesting conversation for...
I have just learned here that several letters have been written from this County to the Chief members of the house of Delegates giving information that Wm. Woods the person lately returned Delegate in the place of Wilson Nicolas has never ceased to perform all the functions of a Minister of the Gospel in the Baptist church except that of marrying, the licence for which he resigned immediately...