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We rec’d. your two letters of the 22d. Feb. on the 3 inst. and that of the 2d. on the 10th. I...
Mr Lillie has called since last post to request I would explain to you a blunder of John Perrie...
I am completely happy in being able to inform you that all our little family has passed safely...
Lillie communicated to me, a few days after he had written to you, his intention of leaving...
William MacGehe agrees with Thomas Mann Randolph , acting for Thomas Jefferson, that he will...
I am confident I could have served you considerably but I thought it better to trust to the...
We received your favor of March 31. yesterday and learn with great joy that your next will order...
I did not expect to have written by this post as I was much engaged in preparing some papers & in...
I have to day seen a M r Mauray of this place who has about 4 or 5 quarter casks, of the...
I have just received a letter from M r John Campbell Councillor of State of Virginia inclosing a...
P. Carr who is here at present has just suggested to me that my land at Varina would suit Mr....
I expected with impatience and received with great pleasure the information & opinion your last...
Your letters of the 30th. ult. 12th. & 19th. inst. arrived giving us the joyfull news of your...
A few days since I returned from a journey of 3 weeks into the lower country during which from...
I am greatly disappointed in being obliged to give up the attempt to reach Monticello before you...
I was induced to leave the loose papers in the Cartoon by these words in your letter of the 4th...
Your letter by Cristopher reached me on the 15’th.—those of 7. & 9. March I had before found in...
The Farmer Bank Charter extension Bill came back from the Senate today with an amendment...
I am sorry I cannot inform you of Marthas perfect recovery. She caught cold soon after she got...
We have not had a meeting of the Board of the Literary Fund untill today. I have succeeded in...
Being about to leave this for the purpose of entering Harvard College I take the liberty of...
You must have heard, before this hour by Jefferson, of the final passage of the Bill giving the...
When I arrived in Richmond one of the three Directors of the Literary Fund, M r Pendleton the...
I feel a strong conviction that it is necessary I should make this endeavour to counteract the...
The absent member of the Literary Board arrived yesterday, and the one who had been in town since...
We had no mail last week from Richmond or Fredericksburg which lost us our weekly joy of reading...
You will be alarmed at a report Richardson will make of an occurrence at Monticello which I have...
M r William F. Pendleton senior Member of the Council, and one of the Directors of the Literary...
My affair with Picket is finally settled this moment but not as I precipitately stated on 27....
I am requested by Mr. Peachy Gilmer to communicate to you the melancholy news of the death of H....
A person who was born in this Co. & has resided all his life in it with a fair reputation: John...
Martha has had a severe attack of her Rheumatic complaint in the face since you left us & kept...
In consequence of the death of the Naval store keeper at the Navy yard of Gosport the situation...
Inclosed you will receive a statement of all the Flour deliver’d to you, by comparing it with the...
I visited Monticello yesterday and entered your room with great anxiety but was soon much...
I left home on Tuesday the 2d. at which time all was as we could wish with us; and was so the day...
My intentions of communicating to you immediately the issue of the election was defeated by the...
We received yours by W.C.N. on the 11. inst: & feel for you most tenderly upon the necessity now...
The Bearer M r Calverley has just brought to me the inclosed letter. I have never seen or heard...
I omitted giving the Treasurer my Bond for things purchas’d at the Palace Amount £8:18:6. Indeed...
Your letters to Martha & myself came to us, hers on the 4. mine on the 11. instant. She is much...
I suspect I omitted to acknowledge your letter preceding that of 5th. inst. I received it on my...
your letter of the 14th. Dec. did not arrive at Belmont till the 1st. inst: it did not lie in...
My struggle with Colo. Cabell has terminated in my favor for the present, after nine days...
I should not have waited for your letter my Dearest Father had it been in my power to have...
Martha may now be said with certainty to have recovered perfectly. She has had no cough or...
I arrived in time to deliver your letters & with the truest joy inform you that your wish is...
The House of delegates by resolution of January 19 th called for information concerning “the...
I have been today to see your Mill & Canal. The river being uncommonly full afforded an...
I write at the request of one of my neighbours, George Faris , to inform you he wishes to rent...