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By the return of the governors boat I have taken the liberty of sending six barrels of the...
Will you be so good as to send me two gross of your beer jugs; the one gross to be quart jugs,...
The six barrels of hydraulic cement were sent to you with a belief that they would answer the...
The governor left town so immediately after my return from Monticello that I had only time to...
Accept my most sincere thanks for your attention to my letter of the 10th Inst, and believe that...
I am now engaged in brewing a year’s supply of malt strong beer, which however I have no chance...
I have duly recieved your letter of the 10th. mentioning the invention of a bridle having the...
When at Monticello in September last, on looking over some military books; in a work of Marshal...
The governor tells me that the cement which I sent you did not answer at all. From the...
My best workman was in New york when I recieved your letter; he returned yesterday, and will make...