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I have it in my power to congratulate you, at last, on an event, which constitutes a proud epoch...
I had the pleasure of receiving, thro’ Col. Randolph , last evening, your kind invitation for...
It is a source of sincere gratification to me to be enabled to communicate to you the passage by...
It affords me great pleasure to inform you that the temper of the present Legislature, so far as...
A number of your friends and neighbours intend to celebrate the approaching Anniversary of their...
I take the liberty of introducing to your acquaintance my brother Robert, who is one of the...
Your invitation to Monticello, to-day, has just overtaken me on my return home, & I regret...
I had the pleasure of receiving, a day or two ago, your letter of 25 th instant on the subject of...
Your letter of 30 th ult. was duly received & I availed myself of the earliest opportunity of...
I had the pleasure of receiving your letter of 8 th instant, by the last mail, in reply to which...
I beg leave to introduce to your acquaintance Messrs. Johnson, , & Ashley, members of the House...
You will perceive from the enclosed letter of Mr. Lambert that he has presented to the University...
I had the pleasure of recieving your letter of 22 nd ult. some days ago; but unwilling to vex &...
I have now the satisfaction to inform you that the Bill, for remitting the duties demanded of the...
I beg leave to present to you the Revnd Mr. Jasper Adams, Principal of the Charleston College in...
As the period for the meeting of the visitors of the University is now near at hand, I take the...
I had hoped to have had it in my power, before this time, to be at Montpelier; but having been...
Major Hamilton arrived here yesterday, & I had the pleasure, to-day, of placing in his hands the...
The heavy pressure of some public duties here recently, & the occupation of my mind, at the same...
It gave me great pleasure, on my return from Washington some days ago, to hear that your health...
Since my arrival here, I have endeavoured to obtain all information respecting the character,...
It is a great sacrifice & disappointment to us to pass so near you, without having it in our...
I take the liberty, at the moment of leaving here, to send you a printed sheet containing some...
I have trusted to your goodness to suggest the existence of involuntary & uncontrolable causes...
The long continued rains have, for the last fortnight, deprived us of the pleasure of our...
I found it a matter of more difficulty than I anticipated to procure a pamphlet copy of Mr....
Permit me to introduce to you my friend Dr. R. C. Mason, a gentleman of distinguished...
I had the satisfaction, on the eve of our departure for the Springs, to receive your kind letter...
The constant hope, from day to day, of being able to make the visit to Montpelier, on which Mrs....
I beg leave to present to you my friend Mr. Niles, who was associated with me as Secretary of...
I desired very much to have had the pleasure of paying my respects to yourself & Mrs. Madison on...
Lieut. Hudson of the Navy has just given me in charge for you the enclosed Diploma of Honorary...