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In I inclose for you under cover to Mr. Madison a copy of Homer. I am anxious to hear from you,...
I am very sorry to tell you I have lost a great deal of time since you left Virginia. It has been...
I received by Mr. Mazzei your letter of April 20. I am much mortified to hear that you have lost...
A Ship being about to sail for Paris: I embrace the oppertunity of informing you (by Her) of my...
Your daughter being about to sail to France gives me an opportunity of informing you of my...
I have received your two letters of Decemb. 30. and April 18. and am very happy to find by them,...
When I last had the pleasure of writeing to you, I was at Wm. & Mary attending the different...
Mr. Paradise being about to sail to Europe in a few days, furnishes me with an opportunity of...
The preceding letter was written at it’s date, and I supposed you in possession of it when your...
Your two letters of August 10. 87 and August 6th. 88 came to hand some time in November last;...
Spring Forest, Virginia. 5 Mch. 1790 . Agreeable to TJ’s request , he has searched “every book,...
Your letter of the 5th. came to hand in the night of the 7th. and as I was engaged writing till...
Your letter of the 28th. March was handed me on the 15th. of the present month by Mr. Randolph. I...
I have been prevented acknoleging sooner the receipt of yours of April 30. by an attack of the...
In my letter of April. 30th. I mentioned in what manner my time had been imployed to that date;...
My silence hitherto has proceeded from a supposition that you had little leisure to attend to any...
I recieved last night your favor of the 1st. instant, your judgment of Ld. Holt is certainly...
By your letters to Mr. Randolph and Patsy I have had the happiness to hear constantly of yr....
I received in due time your favor of May 28. with the notes it contained on the subject of Waste....
I wrote you some time in December last, from Richmond, but am informed by Mrs. Randolph that the...
The letter you mention to have written, never came to my hands; and indeed I have thought you a...
My mother desires me to intimate to you, that there are several very pressing claims against her,...
I received your’s of Oct. 24. a little before bed-time of the same evening, and being to set out...
I sincerely congratulate you on the change which you expect shortly to make in your state of...
As the instructions to our envoys & their communications have excited a great deal of curiosity,...
By some irregularity in the post, your letter of 12th. April was not received till the first of...
It is my expectation to leave this on the 25th. and to be at our July court. but something may...
Mr. Ross’s Kitt setting out for Charlottesville where he has a cause to be tried with James Ross,...
I promised you one of the inclosed volumes, and one also for mr Peter Johnston for whom you...
Yesterday a man arrived here with your carriage and a pair of horses, employed by mr Hollins , to...