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It is with much concern I inform you that the Senate has negatived your appointment. we thought...
Your’s of Aug. 30 . arrived while I was absent in Bedford , to which place I now go several times...
I now make frequent journies to Bedford , and make long stays there , having a good house and...
Yours of April 11 . was recieved in due time; but as you expressed a wish that your lands should...
On the reciept of your letters of May 29 . & June 18 . I wrote to mr Bankhead , then with his...
Your letter of Aug. 10. from Portland Portsmouth came duly to hand. according to promise I have...
Your favor of the 19 th was recieved yesterday. those of Feb. 20. & Mar. 5. had come to hand...
I have at length recieved an offer for your lands, which tho not coming entirely up to your...
I have communicated to mr Higginbotham the substance of your letter of the 7 th and can now give...
Your favor of Oct. 29. finds me still here. tho’ the effects of my fall have not been quite...
I am just returned from Bedford and find here your favor of Nov. 29 . as an object which needs no...
Your patience has been put to the proof, and yet I have not been one moment in default. in my...
Your favor of Feb. 16. remains still I believe to be acknoleged. as I did not go to the court...
I returned from Bedford on the 15 th inst. and have been in the hope of having the pleasure of...
Yours of the 2 d is recieved, and a copy of Higgenbotham’s mortgage is now inclosed. the journey...
You have heretofore been apprised of a claim of Col o Monroe to a corner of your tract of land on...
I scarcely ever sat down to write a more painful letter than the present. when in Oct. 1812. I...
I am first to thank you for the indulgences of yours of Feb. 6. I believe that by the combined...
In my letter of Feb. 23. I desired you to send me mr Higginbotham ’s rent-note, as well as his...
The bearer mr Rives , the son of one of our wealthiest citizens and of the neighboring county of...
Since my short letter by mr Rives I have to acknolege the reciept of your two favors of June 9. &...
Yours of Oct. 28. came to hand on the 15 th inst. only. the settlement of your boundary with Col...
I was waiting to write to you on the subject of my bonds only until I could recieve an answer to...
J. B. 4 870 Pay to W m S. or order 10,500 D. in part of the sum of 23,950 D. appropr d by the act...
The departure of the post and my distance from the office leave me barely time to acknolege the...
Your favor of the 3 d finds me just on my departure for Bedford , and I return you therefore the...
We are unlucky in our endeavors to procure a settlement of your boundary. immediately on the...
Of the last 5 months, 4 have been past at Poplar Forest where I am engaged in improvements...
Having procured an appointment for the 21 st inst. the Surveyor , arbitrators, parties (by their...
I have to acknolege your favor of Mar. 14. and will answer it’s several enquiries. le mot de...