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I have the pleasure to inform you that Mr Eppes passed his examination with credit to himself,...
M r John Vaughan as I am not yet able to walk about has undertaken to buy the Stoves and see them...
Judge Cooper presents his respectful compliments to the President of the United States, and...
Mr Vaughan cut the inclosed out of a Carolina Paper that came here yesterday. I suppose it must...
I wrote hastily yesterday for fear of losing the post. But as I believe I am in time to day, I...
Some time ago I promised the Editor of the Port folio a paper on education, but I neglected it...
I am much obliged to you for your letter. Our town here is crouded with Presbyterian parsons;...
I received a printed copy of your report , for which I thank you. It will serve to furnish more...
I received your letter announcing the prejudices excited among the people by the Clergy, without...
I acknowledge with many thanks your kind letter giving me an account of your application to Mr...
D r Coxe ’s election comes on the first Tuesday of next month. They talk of deferring the...
I congratulate you, on the proper feeling for your long life of meritorious service that seems to...
I sent you last winter two printed copies of the report of the legislative committee on the...
I hope you have received about this time, a copy of my tract on Materialism which I ordered to be...
I send you remarks on your letter to Mr Carr: not much differing from the spirit and substance of...
my letter to you respecting Williamsburgh was put in the post before I rec d yours . The...
I am very sorry to hear of your weak state of health, but I hope to find you better by the...
M rs Cooper writes to me that no letter has been received from you since my departure from...
I received and perused with much surprize and regret, your communication of the 15 th Instant,...
I have reflected on the proposal of the board of Visitors. Besides the untoward circumstances...
M r Richardson has not yet returned. I received y r friendly letter, but I see by the act, that...
M r Ware is absent from Philadelphia I find, in order to take the benefit of the Insolvent Law in...
I am much obliged by your kind letter, and I would willingly pursue your advice if I could, by...
Foreseeing an approaching storm, I wrote to you, on the chance of being able to find shelter...
M. Correa and I will set out about the 16 th . He will have to stay 2 or 3 days in Washington :...
I wrote to you at the Bedford Springs of this State, supposing from what I saw in the newspapers,...
I understand the inclosed report was adopted by the House of R. this morning. There has been...
When I can be at Monticello I cannot yet determine. I attend to your movements. I write to say,...
I regret that it is not in my power to visit you this Season. I am not only busy preparing for my...
I sent you some days ago the report of the Senate and the Message of the Governor of this state:...