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I congratulate you upon your easy passage over the Sickly Months: We have had a much more...
This Letter will be delivered to you by Jacky Custis, who has been detained from School longer...
Jack’s return has been delayd, as well from a belief that you might not be well settled, or from...
I send my Carriage up but cannot undertake to promise for the Horses bringing you down, as two of...
When Joe, with your favou⟨r found his way⟩ to this place, I was from home, & did not re⟨turn for...
By Jackey Custis you will receive the amount of your Acct against him, to wit £42.1.11, for which...
I snatch a few moments from Company to inform you, that it is my intention at present to be with...
The Books you wrote for, I hope you will receive in good order by Joe, as I desired Lund...
According to appointment Jacky Custis now returns to Annapolis—His Mind a good deal relaxed from...
On the 26th Instt I expect to be at Fredericksburg on my way to Williamsburg—Mrs Washington and...
Your favour of the 17th came to my hands this day; the contents of which, or the Letter itself,...
Your Letter to the Revd Mr Addison was sent to him immediately upon its getting to my...
From the best enquiries I could make whilst I was in, and about Williamsburg I cannot think...
Mr Magowan who lived several years in my Family a Tutor to Master Custis (my Son in law & Ward)...
Your favour of the 13th this Instant came to hand, & we have to thank you for your care of the...
Meeting with your Letter of the 9th Instt upon the Road & being uncertain whether I can get this...
Jacky will inform you of the Reasons why he brings not the Books you wrote to me for, and to him...
Colo. Robert Fairfax, with whom I have often talk’d, & who much approves, of Jacks intended Tour...
Harvest, Company, and one thing or another, equally unforeseen and unavoidable, has hitherto...
As we have fixed upon the 27th Instt for our departure to the Frederick Springs, & Mrs Washington...
Your favour of the 21st Ulto containing very judicious remarks on the advantages of Travelling...
Your favour of the 11th coming to my hands but a few days ago, and Miss Custis’s Indisposition...
Inclination having yielded to Importunity, I am now, contrary to all expectation under the hands...
My detention at Dumfries on Doctr. Ross’ & Mr. Semple’s affairs, has been the principal cause of...
Before Mr Beall deliver’d me your Letter of the 10th, which came to hand later than I expected...
The foregoing Letter was designed to go by Jack Custis, who intended, as he said, but afterwards...
I am sorry to be deprivd of the pleasure of seeing you—& concernd at the painful cause of it;...
Under cover with this Letter I send you a Bill of Excha: on Robt Cary & Co. for £65 Sterlg, which...
Your favour of the 10th conveyd an unexpected piece of Intelligence, thoô a very agreeable one...
The uncertainty of your return from Maryland (as we heard that Potomack was Froze below Cedar...