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There seems to be Fatality attending the promise I made you, of a Supply of beer. Two days after...
I am sorry to hear, by letter from Mr. Elder, that your health is infirm, and that it is likely...
I am afraid by delaying so long a time to answer your letter I have deservedly forfeited the...
I am honoured with your favour of the 16th. instant, and desirous, without delay, of manifesting...
I received your letter containing advice with respect to my education, which I shall allways feel...
Your favor of April 14. came here during my absence on a journey through the Southern parts of...
Your favour of April 14. 1787. gave me reason to hope we should have seen you here this winter....
[ 20 Mch. 1788 . Recorded in SJL Index. Not found.]
I left in the room where I lodged a volume of Lopez de Gomara which I must beg the favor of you...
I arrived here on the 21st. inst. after as laborious a journey of a fortnight from Richmond as I...
I wrote you on the 28th of March: to Patsy on the 4th. of April, and to Polly on the 11th. I now...
Martha, Maria and myself have just returned today from a visit to your Sister Mrs. Carr. The...
I am sorry it is not in my power to begin immediately the course of observations you proposed in...
I have duly recieved your favor of April 23. with those of the 25th. from the girls. The object...
A lingering head-ach still prevents me from answering fully your favors of April 23. and May 3....
Since we wrote last Martha and myself have determined to settle immediately on our farm. We have...
I at length find myself, tho not quite well, yet sufficiently so to resume business in a moderate...
Your favor of May 25. came to hand on the 5th. inst. I am infinitely pleased at your predilection...
Your last favor was of May 25. Mine was of June 20. having written regularly every third week to...
This being my week of writing to Maria, I should not have troubled you but to inclose the copy of...
In my letter of the last week I believe I did not acknoledge the reciept of yours of July 3. With...
I am setting out on a trip to Rhode-island with the President tomorrow, by water. We shall be...
The President sets out tomorrow. I shall follow two or three days after, so that allowing for...
When you shall have perused the inclosed, be so good as to stick a wafer in it and deliver it. It...
I am extremely sorry it is not in my power to forward to you Andersons account of the Hebrides as...
I inclose you some wheat which the President assures me from many years experience to be the very...
I wrote you from George town inclosing some seed of the best white wheat. Our journey here was...
I am now to acknowledge the receipt of your favor of Nov. 11. I have yesterday received a letter...
I have this day recieved your favor of Dec. It is the first and only news I have had from home...
Polly has allready informed you of the addition of a little Grand Daughter to your family and of...
Patsy continues in very good health and would have written to you herself had I not prevented her...
Patsy, the little girl Polly and myself have been in good health since you heard last from us....
I received your favor of the 2d. on the 21st. inst. and am happy to be assured that my...
Mr. Thompson the gentleman whom I mentioned last summer to you as a Candidate for a Consulship...
Altho the letter carrier between Charlottesville and Richmond is continued in his employment, the...
Your favours of Feb. 8. and 21. have both come to hand. The former not till 4. or 5. days ago. I...
Your favor of Mar. 5. came to hand on the 24th. and that of Mar.14. on the 1st. inst. With...
We are unhappy at not being able to transmit you as regular accounts from Monticello as you are...
I have to acknowlege the reciept of your favour of Apr. 7. which came to hand on the 20th. I hope...
Your favor of April 30. came to hand on the 7th. inst. and I thank you for your information...
Mr. Madison and myself are so far on the tour we had projected. We have visited in the course of...
I wrote to Maria this day sennight, and to Martha three days before, to wit June 23. In this...
Your letter of June 23. arrived at Monticello on the 4. of July and made us happy by mentioning...
Your favor of the 7th. came to hand yesterday and brought me the news, always welcome, of your...
I had always intended to endeavor to engage with some miller of capital here to erect my mill on...
In my letter of July 24. I acknowleged the reciept of yours of the 7th. which is the last letter...
I can give you no account of the objects of our mutual affection later than the 15. of this month...
The Satisfaction my Fathers Success gives me, makes me communicate it to you. Colo. Harvey lies...
I have just now recieved your two favors of the 22d. with the information, always welcome to me,...
The first part of our journey was pleasant, except some hair-breadth escapes which our new horse...