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I did hope to have had your business ready before this.—I was to have attended Mr Ladd on the 29 th until and remained until the report was finished and ready for your revision—as it was your wish not to be delayed in Richmond — Unfortunately I was seized by a violent attack of the Rheumatism in my right hip; which has confined me to my bed.—altho’ in perfect health in all other respects, I...
I finished with Mr Ladd last night. The rough drafts of the accounts and explanatory notes are made. In a memo attached to your answer, you say that the estate of Bathurst Skelton must be credited “ 1773 Jany 31 By a credit with J. Fleming’s creditors Exors for three slaves bought of that estate £210.”— Mr Ladd and myself are at a loss how to understand this.— Judge Fleming
Yours of the 29 th ult , I had the pleasure of receiving yesterday. Having I believe a very clear- view of all matters of Account in detail now pending, I feel much confidence and certainty in advising the application of the £210.—provided you are satisfied that you never paid the actual money to the Exors of John Fleming —For the surv g executor Judge Fleming waited on the Commissioner with...
While I take liberties with letters of a friend without consulting him, and without any other sanction than the motive which governs me, I fear I force myself in upon you, with a very offensive kind of intrusion: I hope the same pure motive, will secure to me your generosity and forgiveness.—only see what you can do for our country at this Crisis! a favorable word from you would secure the...
Yrs of the 23. I rec d yesterday. I find you had not rec d my second letter from Richm d of the 20 th —To that I daily expect your reply. I inclose an acco t which you will return to me. The bills under date of Sept 1769 drawn by
I delayed answering yours of the 4 th ult: until I had seen some of our fellow Citizens most likely to favor the important object of the communication with which you honored me, and also until I had visited Petersburg . Your letter , and the introduction to the subscription paper , presented the case with so much perspicuity and force, that I could not well avoid taking the liberty (for which...
Am I right or wrong? P.S.    I am informed that Mr Wayles had an interest in Byrd s Lottery, and that if his papers were examined, we perhaps might find documents to enable us to recover many lots. Is it worth while for me to make the search? Say in what years RC ( ViU: TJP-ER ); dateline between signature and postscript; addressed: “ Thomas Jefferson Esq: monticello Post office— Milton v a ”;...
I have without consulting him, inclosed a letter from my friend Judge Roane: I pray you to comply with his request: finish off your character by saving us again. ViU : Edgehill-Randolph Papers.
I present you with some of my labor in the good old cause. Would you grant me your permission—after a suitable preface—just to publish an extract from your letter to me, about the judiciary pressing us into consolidation?— ViU : Edgehill-Randolph Papers.
I hope the motive, which induces me, to break in upon your valuable time, will afford some apology. Without asking permission of Judge R. I take the liberty of inclosing this letter to you. This illustrious patriot knows the whole ground.—notice his efforts—his mighty efforts: he says “ his name will settle the Controversy.” My obscurity—my humility—forbid me to ask or expect a communication...