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Being to set out for Philadelphia this week, I cannot take my departure without bidding you Adieu...
I perceive indeed that our friends are kinder than we have sometimes supposed them, and that...
I received your favor of Apr. 6. by Jack, and my letter of this date to Mr. Eppes will inform you...
I have recieved your favor of May 23. and with great pleasure, as I do every thing which comes...
The Mr. Fitzhughs having staid here longer than they expected, I have (since writing my letter of...
The Mr. Fitzhughs having staid here longer than they expected, I have (since writing my letter of...
Your favor of Dec. 9 . did not get to hand till the day before yesterday, and then without the...
Your kind favor of January 6. has come duly to hand. These marks of your remembrance are always...
I had much wished to have had the pleasure of visiting you at Eppington before my departure, but...
[ Annapolis, 7 May 1784 . Entry in SJL reads: “Mrs. Eppes. Valedictory—inclosed one to Polly.”...