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Such has been the hurry & bustle of the close of a session of Congress & of my departure, which...
Your letter of July 16. has been duly recieved, with the paper it inclosed, for which accept my...
Your favor of Aug. 17. arrived the day after I had left this place on a visit to one I have near...
I now return the translated sheets . you will find in them some pencilled words, chiefly...
Your 3 d packet is recieved before the 2 d had been returned. it is now inclosed , and the other...
I promised you, in a former letter , a short Proem to be prefixed to our book, which I now...
Th: Jefferson returns to Col o Duane the two packages which he supposes to be the last. he has...
I learn with sincere concern, from yours of the 15 th recieved by our last mail, the difficulties...
When I wrote you my letter of Mar. 28. I had great confidence that as much at least could have...
Your letter of the 5 th with the volume of Montesquieu accompanying it, came to hand in due time;...