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I received your letter of the 5 th and should have called to see you, but for my constant...
I thank you, very dear Sir, and cordially for your little treatise on Usury, which I have read...
I have this moment received the farewell of Mr. Corrêa to Virginia, to you, and to us all. I...
Intelligence has at last reached us, that the Competitor is not lost; it put into Plymonth in the...
I am glad to hear you are so well. My health is such that I can only say I have denied every...
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I inclose you a little treatise which I wrote in albemarle during my summer’s visit; on what is...
I have just received from Key the gratifying intelligence, that he, Bonnycastle, and Dunglison,...
By your letter of the 21 st to Col o T M Randolph I learnt with sincere regret that you were...
I recieved last night your favor of Nov. 29. the suit of mr Wayles’s exst v. Byrd’s...