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on my arrival at Washington from Virginia I enclosed your note to your friends at Richmond...
1815. Oct. 7. Gen l Dearborne informs me that the plaister of Paris is brought from the head of...
I ask the favor of you when at Boston to engage for me fourteen tons of plaister of Paris to be...
If no new causes of delay occur I we shall set out tomorrow morning for Monticello . I wrote to M...
I should not have so long delay’d a reply to your very friendly & polite letter had...
I have recieved your favor of Feb. 27. with very great pleasure, and sincerely reciprocate...
It is with peculier satisfaction that I can congratulate you on the happy and honorable...
I present to you mr Rives , the bearer of this, an eleve of mine in law and politics. he is able,...
My Son has enclosed to me your letter of the 20 th ult o and informs me that he had sent your...
The inclosed letter will explain to you it’s object, which I have thought would go safest to...
I write from a place which I visit occasionally, near the New London of this state, 90. miles...
Domestic affliction will, I hope, be admitted as an apology for my not having written to you for...
Your friendly & instructive letter has been received and perused with peculier satisfaction &...
Your favor of May 31. was duly recieved, and I join in congratulations with you on the...
your delightfull retirement does not, I presume, prevent you from casting some occasional glances...
The bearer of this is mr Thomas M. Randolph half brother of my son in law of that name whom you...
I had this day the pleasure of receiving your very freindly and highly esteem’d letter of the 16...
In your letter of the 16 th you were good enough to mention my Son ,— I was inform’d by M r Smith...
So entirely are my habits changed from constant labour at my writing table, to constant & active...