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I have often mentioned to you My Intention of resigning my Seat at the Council Board, on Account...
I thank God I am now so well that I could venture to write you a long Letter if a Multiplicity of...
I have this moment received your favor of the 9th inst. & hasten to return you my hearty thanks...
Having this Moment heard that Mr. Harvey intends to set out tomorrow morning to Monticello, I...
I have heard of your Loss [and] heartily condole with you, but am much pleased with the...
I return you many thanks for your favor of the 25th. ultmo. The Account of Louisiana is highly...
I had not the Pleasure of receiving your Letter till I was setting out on my Journey to...
Your favor of the 26th. ultimo came to hand yesterday. Mrs. Page & myself are infinitely obliged...
A Shock of Vertigo, one of a series of its Attacks which I have sustained since the middle of Apl...
You will pardon my long Silence my dear Jefferson when I tell you that in Addition to the many...