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For want of time to consult you on it, I have taken a measure of great responsibility on my self...
I am sorry to learn by Francis’s letter that your you are not yet recovered from your rheumatism,...
I should sooner have informed you of Francis’s safe arrival here but that the trip you meditated...
The inclosed letter came to my hands a few days before Francis left us, & was reserved to go by...
I found here your letter of the 2 d on my return from a three weeks visit to Bedford : and as I...
Your letter of Nov. 19. desiring me to send to Haden’s for Francis on the 29 th did not get to my...
I recieved a week ago your favor of the 15 th and should sooner have answered it, but that I have...
I am this moment arrived here with Ellen & Cornelia , and find Francis who arrived last night. I...
By the post succeeding my last letter to you , I recieved one from my counsel in Livingston’s...
I recieved some time ago a summons from Commissioner Ladd to attend a settlement in the case of m...
I recieved in May last the inclosed letter from mr Thomas Wilson agent for Speirs & co. with two...
Your letter of the 21 st brought to my mind Col o Bentley’s business. I immediately examined the...
M r Thweatt’s letter with your P.S. came to hand late last night, and I shall dispatch Francis...
The inclosed letter came under cover to me without any indication from what quarter it came. Our...
We are just now packing your Commode & two presses. strange as it may seem, altho’ it required...
Our letters crossing each other on the road have anticipated the grounds of mutual excuse for...
I learnt accidentally a day or two ago that you were proposing to sell Pantops , and had offered...
Your servant arrived here the day before yesterday, since which the weather has been showery, &...
Yours of the 8 th was recieved here on the 19 th inst. the information you have had as to the...
I turn with great reluctance from the functions of a private citizen to matters of state. the...
Francis arrived here in good health the day before Yesterday. I think he cannot do better than to...
Your’s of the 10 th came safely to hand, and I now inclose you a letter from Francis . he...
You have heard of the suit brought by E. Livingston against me on the subject of the Batture ....
I had before learned with great concern your affliction with the rheumatism. your remedy of the...
I deferred answering your letter of July 11 because I had learnt there were several points of...
M r Estin Randolph has shewed me a letter from you, proposing to sell him Pantops , o i n order...
I have been in the less haste to answer your last letter , because it appeared from that as if...
Your two letters of Dec. 14. reached this place just after I had left it for Bedford . this has...
Francis returns as much improved, I am in hopes, as you will have expected. he reads French with...
The Chronological appendix to the paper I sent you on the subject of Louisiana had been retained,...