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It would seem mighty idle for me to inform you formally of the merits of Col o Trumbull as a...
The strange jumble of names, places, & titles on the inclosed letter seemed to authorise me to...
I inclose you the letters on finance, for perusal. I had not an opportunity of proposing the...
I inclose a letter from a M r John Dortic , who being bound to France shortly and to return...
Since my last to you , the Directors of the Rivanna company have changed their minds, and instead...
When I retired from the government, I yielded with too much facility, first to the importunities...
Your favor on your departure from Richmond came to hand in due time. altho’ I may not have been...
I thank you for your letter of the 6 th . it is a proof of your friendship, and of the sincere...
I sent to mr Divers to-day to ask a dinner for mr Correa , D r Wistar , mr Gilmer & myself for...
The events which have lately taken place at Washington , & which truly disgrace our enemies much...
Yours of July 25. was recieved on the 31 st . I learn by it with extreme concern that you have in...
The arbitrators, surveyor E t c met on the 21 st . they decided the line in your favor, but...
Th: Jefferson incloses to Col o Monroe the copy of a letter he proposes to send to mr Champe...
I am just on the wing to Bedford to which place my affairs call me suddenly. I have therefore...
Not doubting that you have C in your office Centuplicates at least of the last Census , and of...
I know that your esteem for our mutual friend Kosciuszko will interest you in relieving the...
Will you join mr Divers here at dinner tomorrow? and can you tell me the name of the Collector at...
I shall always be happy when your own or mrs Monroe’s convenience will permit us to see you here;...
Had I known before that the visit you mention was desired, I would have made it. it cannot now be...
The inclosed letter is for a daughter of the late D r Bruff , who wrote me a pathetic letter on...
Your letter of the 10 th has been duly recieved. the objects of our contest being thus entirely...
It had escaped my recollection till this moment that you had desired me to send you the copy of...
Your letters of Nov. 30. & Dec. 21. have been recieved with great pleasure. a truth now and then...
I thank you for the communication of the President’s message which has not yet reached us thro’...
A mr Arm i stead , who married a neice of our governor , who is brother to the Col o Arm i stead...
Your favors of the 7 th & 16 th are recieved, & I now return you the Memoir inclosed in the...
With this letter I put into the post office a very large pa cket containing all the papers...
Your favor of the 10 th is this moment recieved. the plat it covers shall be duly examined. you...
It is impossible for you to note and preserve every thing as it passes in newspapers. I have...
If it be proposed to place an inscription on the Capitol , the lapidary style requires that...
It being interesting to me that the inclosed letters should get safely to their destination, I...
I now return you the letter of mr Carter which was inclosed in yours of Nov. 3. and which was 6....
A most important appointment for the landholders of our part of the country is now about to be...
I recieved your friendly letter of Dec. 24. on my return from Bedford , at which place I was at...
Your letter covering that of Gen l Scott is recieved, and his is now returned. I am very thankful...