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I have heard of your Loss [and] heartily condole with you, but am much pleased with the...
We have nothing new from England or the camp before Boston. By a private letter this day to a...
I thank God I am now so well that I could venture to write you a long Letter if a Multiplicity of...
I was not a little disappointed to find that you still complain of my not writing to you, when I...
De rebus novis, ita est. One of our armed vessels has taken an English storeship coming with all...
I wish you would use your Interest in behalf of Dr. McClurg. He offers his Service as Physician...
I have snatched a few Moments to scribble you a few loose Thoughts on our present critical...
Having arrived here but lately I have little to communicate. I have been so long out of the...
When I wrote last week to Col. Nelson I promised to write to both of you by this Post, a...
I have just Time to inclose you a Copy of General Lee’s Letter written the Day after the...
We are very much at a Loss here for an Engraver to make our Seal . Mr. Wyth and myself have...
On receipt of your letter we enquired into the probability of getting your seal done here. We...
I am sorry to hear that the Indians have commenced war, but greatly pleased you have been so...
We have been in hourly expectation of the great decision at New York but it has not yet happened....
Williamsburgh, 19 Aug. 1778 . Critical discussion of TJ’s “Observations on the late Eclipse” as...
I would have waited on you to congratulate you on your Appointment yesterday had I not been under...
I received your letter by Mr. Jamieson. It had given me much pain that the zeal of our respective...
I believe the Board had no Intention of removing the Convention Troops till you return; and wish...
I have often mentioned to you My Intention of resigning my Seat at the Council Board, on Account...
The bill for draughting the militia of the several counties is not yet passed: however, from what...
I had not the Pleasure of receiving your Letter till I was setting out on my Journey to...
The particular Attention paid by the Executive to my Recommendations, and Informations could not...
The Pot-clay, a Cherokee chief having lately died, his friend delivered to Majr. Martin a silver...
The Inscription on my Friend Potclays Badge would be a most delightful Morsel for a Member of the...
This badge has renewed with us all the story of the consultation of Doctors on the case of the...
Yours in which you desire a Copy of the List of Tithe’s, and of my Journal of the Weather, came...
As I think it of Consequence that the Gentleman recommended should as speedily as possible...
As, by the Neglect of our Commissioners, The Assessment has not yet been returned we have been...
Your favour of the 13th. desiring a suspension of the Act for raising new levies has been duly...
This will be delivered you by Colo. Le Maire. You knew him when in our service, and that he was...
I return you many Thanks for your Letter and much valued Packet by Col. Le Maire. I am the more...
As it is possible that this may reach you before my other Letter of the 25th. Ulto., I think it...
I received your friendly letter of Apr. 28. by Mr. Mazzei on the 22d. of July. That of the month...
I wrote a few Lines acknowledging the Receipt of yours by Col. Le Mair, and sent them by Monsr....
Your two favours of Mar. 15, and Aug. 23. 1785. by Monsieur de la Croix came to hand on the 15th....
You will pardon my long Silence my dear Jefferson when I tell you that in Addition to the many...
I mentioned when I last saw you the Scarcity of Money in Virga. my Disappointments there in...
Your letter with several others was put into my hands just as company was coming in to dinner...
I am infinitely obliged to you and do promise on my sacred word that you shall not be called at...
The inclosed is such a Note, as with your Name on the Back of it (generally written across) will...
I am sure I need not take up a Moment of your Time to tell you how much you have obliged me by...
I have at length taken up my Note. The manner of doing it (as I was disappointed in my...
I am unhappy and ashamed to be again under the Necessity of troubling you in the Manner I did the...
You have probably seen or heard of some very abusive letters addressed to me in the publick...
My long Absence from hence, occasioned by Sickness which prevented my return, & the Post-master’s...
I have just received the Instructions to our Envoys & their Dispatches inclosed under two blank...
Your favor of Apr. 26. & May 28. is duly recieved, and I sincerely thank you for your kind...
Your Letter of the 6th. Instt. inclosing your Letter to a Friend respecting the malicious Attack...
I inclose you a copy of Gerry’s correspondence after his companions left him, and of mr...
I thank you my dear Friend for your Letter & the Pamphlets inclosed. I see clearly through the...