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{Published in print edition Vol. 44:31 dated [before 3 July 1804]. Redated in June 2020 to [3 July 1809]. To be inserted in Retirement Series Vol. 1. in Rotunda and Founders Online.}
I remember that I heard you say your attention was now on your garden; you also shew’d me your place for seeds. Those I have inclos’d are very good summer turnip-seed. I think from long experience the best time for sowing is about the 20 th or twenty betwean the 20 & last of July. However it Depend very much on the Season. therefore my way is to sow at Difrent times, in the space of 10. or 12...
The Sixth of October last I Delivered to Mr. Joseph Hawkins Comasery at the Barracks 139 ℔ of mutten at 4. Dollars pr. pound, which I agree’d with him for a few Days before, for which I took a receit of Mr. John Tomas his assistant, Mr. Hawkins being some-where about The Store. I wated with patience as no money was to be had, and between the 5th. and 10th. March notis was given For Every body...
The very great enequality in our Circumstances, But more in knowledg, Education, and preferment, makes it indisputable that you Can hope, or expect, any Sattisfaction from any Conversation that might be between us. And a Bare Sight of each-other must be full as little.—And although I have not Before now been to see you, yet I must say it is not for want of a Due Respect.—For being so sensible...
Albemarle Buckmountain Baptist Church, Sendeth Greeting to our much esteemed friend, M r Thomas Jefferson . We Congratulate you in your Return home, from your labour and painful Servis of eight years. now to take some Sweet hours of retirment and rest.—Injoying at pleasure the Company of your loveing Friends, and neighbours. not that We were werey, or Dissattisfied with your Conduct, but were...