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I take the liberty of sending my servant for a few more Aspin trees, & for some cuttings of the...
I have been intending for some days to visit Monticello , & have been prevented from doing so by...
This will be handed you by m r Gerry , the Son of your old Acquaintance & friend the Vice...
I send you by the Bearer the wild Orange of South Carolina —It grows in the middle & upper parts...
After detaining the waggon a whole day I have now the mortification of being compelled to Send it...
Permit me to return you my best thanks for the Paper Mulberry; which you were kind enough to send...
I have at length been able to steal a few days from my duty in Staunton to spend with my frn ds...
The enclosed narrative was written at the request of a Young friend in Virginia to whom it was...
Having often heard you express a wish to get some fur Gloves, & meeting with the inclosed a few...
I am sorry to inform you that my return brings nothing to satisfy the expectations of the...
The inclosed letter for M rs Randolph was sent under cover to the President as well as the parcel...
I reached this on the 10 th after a long & fatiguing march, & have ever since been engaged in the...
I take the liberty of sending you by this day’s mail, all the private Papers of the late Gov r...
I received a few days ago by the Constitution from my old friend M r Walsh of Cette , the...
M r Madison has just given me a Box for you, containing some Books I believe, which shall be sent...
I take the liberty of introducing to your Acquaintance Lieut Peyton of the 20 th Reg t who has...
The inclosed letters which have come to hand since you left this, were given me yesterday by M r...
The affectionate address of the Republicans of George Town on my retirement from public duty, is...