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I had hoped to have had it in my power, before this time, to be at Montpelier; but having been...
I have now the satisfaction to inform you that the Bill, for remitting the duties demanded of the...
I have it in my power to congratulate you, at last, on an event, which constitutes a proud epoch...
Your letter of 30 th ult. was duly received & I availed myself of the earliest opportunity of...
As the period for the meeting of the visitors of the University is now near at hand, I take the...
I take the liberty of introducing to your acquaintance my brother Robert, who is one of the...
The long continued rains have, for the last fortnight, deprived us of the pleasure of our...
I desired very much to have had the pleasure of paying my respects to yourself & Mrs. Madison on...
Your invitation to Monticello, to-day, has just overtaken me on my return home, & I regret...
It affords me great pleasure to inform you that the temper of the present Legislature, so far as...