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Th: Jefferson asks the favor of the Postmaster genl. to let no papers be sent from his office to...
I promised to inform you of the result of the Virginia elections. one only has issued differently...
Your two favors of Sep. 27. and Oct. 4. have been duly recieved. the substance of the latter I...
I have often been extremely mortified at the abuse of my right of transmission by mail, committed...
As far as can be judged from the maps, the road from Fort Stoddert ought to bear down South...
In your letter of the 19th. you ask my advice as to the measures to be taken to carry into effect...
Since my letter of this day sennight , the question as to the public offices has taken a turn...
I am just returned from a place I possess in Bedford county near Lynchburg , and where I pass...
Your favors of the 25th. & 26th. inst. came to hand last night. I feel with great sensibility the...
Your favor of the 8th. was recieved on the 12th. the letter of mr Fenton therein inclosed,...