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[ Eppington, Va., 13 Sep. 1785 . Recorded in SJL as received 19 Jan. 1786, “by Mr. Littlepage.”...
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 favour of Sep. the 22. was never received untill the first of this month. We are...
I perceive indeed that our friends are kinder than we have sometimes supposed them, and that...
I never was more anxious to hear from you than at present, in hopes of your countermanding your...
This will, I hope, be handed you by my dear Polly, who I most ardently wish may reach you in the...
This will I hope be handed you by my dear Polly, who I most ardently wish may reach you in the...
Your favors of March 31. and May 7. have been duly received. The last by Polly, whose arrival has...
Your favor of July 28. gave me inexpressible joy, for my heart ached for the safety of my sweet...
Your kind favor of January 6. has come duly to hand. These marks of your remembrance are always...
In my last of July 12. I told you that in my next I would enter into explanations about the time...
I had much wished to have had the pleasure of visiting you at Eppington before my departure, but...
I have recieved your favor of May 23. and with great pleasure, as I do every thing which comes...
Your favor of June the 4th. with Mr. Eppes’ of May 30. came to my hands only the 8th of July....
With pleasure would we embrace your kind invitation to Monticellow if it was possible, but Mr....
Being to set out for Philadelphia this week, I cannot take my departure without bidding you Adieu...
I sincerely congratulate you on the birth of your fine Granddaughter. I am told she is a nun...
I received your favor of Apr. 6. by Jack, and my letter of this date to Mr. Eppes will inform you...
The contents of your friendly letter gave me the highest satisfaction, and I long for the happy...
I have to acknoledge the reciept of your friendly letter of the 5th instant . I had before heard...
I expected mr Eppes would have passed this way on his return from the springs, or I should not...
Most greatful my dear Sir is your truly affectionate letter to my wounded soul which has been...
Your favor of Dec. 9 . did not get to hand till the day before yesterday, and then without the...
Your favor of Jan 9. is just come to hand— on folding the letter I found the socks too large to...