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Absences and avocations had prevented my acknoleging your favor of Feb. 2. when that of Apr. 19....
A month’s absence from Monticello has added to the delay of acknoleging your last letters; and...
I was so unfortunate as not to recieve from mr Holly’s own hand your favor of Jan. 28. being then...
It is very long, my dear friend, since I have written to you. the fact is that I have was...
The public papers, my dear friend, announce the fatal event of which your letter of Oct. 20. had...
About a week before I recieved your favor of Dec. 30. the 22d. No. of the North American review...
I am indebted to you for mr Bowditch’s very learned mathematical papers, the calculations of...
your letter of Apr. 2. was recieved in due time, and I have used the permission it gave me of...
I am in debt to you for your letters of May 21. 27. & June 22. the first delivered me by mr...
Three long and dangerous illnesses within the last 12. months must apologise for my long silence...
I have to acknolege the reciept of your favor of Nov. 23. the banks, bankrupt law, manufactures,...
A continuation of poor health makes me an irregular correspondent. I am therefore your debtor for...
I am a great defaulter, my dear Sir, in our correspondence, but prostrate health rarely permits...
I was quite rejoiced, dear Sir, to see that you had health & spirits enough to take part in the...
I am just returned from my other home, and shall within a week go back to it for the rest of the...
It is very long, my dear Sir, since I have written to you. my dislocated wrist is now become so...
Your kind letter of the 11th. has given me great satisfaction for altho’ I could not doubt but...
I have racked my memory, and ransacked my papers to enable myself to answer the enquiries of your...
I recieved in due time your two favors of Dec. 2. & Feb. 10. and have to acknolege for the ladies...
The wishes expressed, in your last favor, that I may continue in life and health until I become a...
Your letter of Aug. 15. was recieved in due time, and with the welcome of every thing which comes...
I do not write with the ease which your letter of Sep. 18. supposes. crippled wrists and fingers...
My friend and correspondent of Richmond, Colo. Bernard Peyton will have the honor of delivering...
It is long since I have written to you. this proceeds from the difficulty of writing with my...
The people of Europe seem still to think that America is a mere garden plat, and that whatever is...
Your letters are always welcome, the last more than all others, it’s subject being one of the...
My grandson Th: Jefferson Randolph, being on a visit to Boston, would think he had seen nothing...
Absences and avocations have had prevented my acknoleging your favor of Feb. 2. when that of Apr....
A month’s absence from Monticello has added to the delay of acknoleging your last letters; and...
I was so unfortunate as not to recieve from mr Holly ’s own hand your favor of Jan. 28. being...
It is very long, my dear friend, since I have written to you. the fact is that I have was...
The public papers, my dear friend, announce the fatal event of which your letter of Oct. 20. had...
About a week before I recieved your favor of Dec. 30. the 22 d N o of the North American review...
I am indebted to you for mr Bowditch’s very learned mathematical papers, the calculations of...
your letter of Apr. 2. was recieved in due time, and I have used the permission it gave me of...
I am in debt to you for your letters of May 21. 27. & June 22. the first delivered me by mr...
Three long and dangerous illnesses within the last 12. months must apologise for my long silence...
I have to acknolege the reciept of your favor of Nov. 23. the banks, bankrupt law, manufactures,...
A continuation of poor health makes me an irregular correspondent. I am therefore your debtor for...
I am a great defaulter, my dear Sir, in our correspondence, but prostrate health rarely permits...
I was quite rejoiced, dear Sir, to see that you had health & spirits enough to take part in the...
I am just returned from my other home, and shall within a week go back to it for the rest of the...
It is very long, my dear Sir, since I have written to you. my dislocated wrist is now become so...
Your kind letter of the 11 th has given me great satisfaction for altho’ I could not doubt but...
I have racked my memory, and ransacked my papers to enable myself to answer the enquiries of your...
I recieved in due time your two favors of Dec. 2. & Feb. 10. and have to acknolege for the ladies...
The wishes expressed, in your last favor, that I may continue in life and health until I become a...
Your letter of Aug. 15. was recieved in due time, and with the welcome of every thing which comes...
I do not write with the ease which your letter of Sep. 18. supposes. crippled wrists and fingers...
My friend and correspondent of Richmond, Col o Bernard Peyton will have the honor of delivering...