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Col o Bernard Peyton, the bearer of this letter is my friend and Correspondent of Richmond, where...
A little transaction of mine, as innocent an one as I ever entered into, & where an improper...
I recieved last night your favor of the day before & this morning I obtained the Speaker’s order...
Do you forget promises, or do I recollect what never happened? I think you were to send me a...
Th:J presents his compliments to mr Hollins & will be very happy to recieve him & his friends on...
Your favor of the 25 th mr Carr ’s of the 24 th and mr Appleton ’s were all recieved the day...
Accept my thanks for your kindness in procuring & forwarding the Plaister. by the present post I...
With many thanks for the kind attentions you have paid to my little commissions, I now remit you...
I recieved yesterday evening your favor of Dec. 23. and have this morning turned to my letter...
I recieved your favor just as I was setting out on a journey to this place, & learnt at the same...
Your favor of Apr. 17. came duly to hand. nobody has regretted more sincerely than myself, the...
Your favor of the 16th. came to hand last night. the supply of Florence was proposed on the...
We are building a College near Charlottesville , and have occasion for two stone cutters, for...
I have duly recieved your favor of Dec. 29. and have certainly every disposition to do for your...
Altho the late change of Weather from cold to warm has probably relieved you from an embargo so...
I had delayed asking the favor of you to procure my stock of plaister expecting I should be able...
Your habits of kindness to me present you always first, when, wanting any thing from Baltimore ,...
The present arrangements of our post office put out of our power the answering our Northern...
I recieved last night your friendly letter of the 21st. being determined that no act of mine,...
Presuming you are a member of the house on which the inclosed bill is drawn, I take the liberty...
I have the honor to inform you that the Reverend Mr Glendy intends to visit Washington in a few...
Just recollecting that the post for your part of the Country leaves tomorrow morning, I have only...
Yesterday brought me your esteemed respects of the 5 th Ins t , requesting me to forward to the...
On the evening of the 19 th Ins t I had the pleasure to receive your esteemed lines of the 16 th...
In the 5 th volume of Wait’s state papers, 2 nd edition, page 19, there is the following caption...
Permitt me to call to your recollection, that about three years past, you obliged me exceedingly...
I inclose a letter for M r Brockenbrough for your satisfaction—The letter for M r Purking or...
Yours of the 23d with a remittance in full came to hand yesterday, & woud then have been...
Allow me once more to use the freedom of addressing you & of introducting to your acquaintance,...
Having found the receipt for the articles sent, I have thot it best to forward it to you, altho’...