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I have at length found time to copy Petit’s list of the packages sent to Richmond. Tho’ I have...
I was too much occupied to write by Friday’s post and fear it will occasion your recieving my...
I have no letter from Monticello later than Maria’s of May 29. which is now six weeks old. This...
Having not received a letter by yesterday’s post, and that of the former week from Mr. Randolph...
I inclose you two of Petit’s receipts. The orthography will amuse you, while the matter of them...
I recieved two days ago yours of July 2. with Mr. Randolph’s of July 3 . Mine of the 11th. to Mr....
The badness of the roads retards the post, so that I have recieved no letter this week from...
The present will serve just to tell you that I am well, and to keep up my plan of writing once a...
In my letter of last week to Mr. Randolph I mentioned that I should write every Wednesday to him,...
Mr. Randolph’s letter of the 18th. has been received since my last. The one it covered for Great...
Your’s of Nov. 29. and Mr. Randolph’s of Nov. 28. came to hand five days ago. They brought us the...
Our neighborhood my dear daughter furnishes us with not one word of news to you, and I am so...
This place being entirely clear of all infection, the members of Congress are coming into it...
The last letter received from Mr. Randolph or yourself is of Oct. 7. which is near seven weeks...
I wrote to Maria yesterday, while sailing on Lake George, and the same kind of leisure is...
Since my letter of the last week, Maria has received one from Mr. Randolph which lets us know you...
Yours of Feb. 20. came to me with that welcome which every thing brings from you. It is a relief...
Your favor of May 28. from Eppington came to me yesterday, with the welcome which accompanies...
Yours of May 27. came to hand on the very day of my last to you, but after it was gone off. That...
Excess of business prevented my writing to you the last week or even having time to inclose the...
I received this day Mr. Randolph’s letter of Aug. 31. with the horse, rather thin, having...
The last news we have from Monticello is by your letter of May 7. I am in hopes tomorrow’s post...
By capt. Swaile, who sailed yesterday for Richmond I sent addressed to Mr. Randolph to the care...
The last post day for Monticello, which was the 9th. slipt by me without my recollecting it....
I received yesterday your’s and Mr. Randolph’s of the 9th. which shews that the post somehow or...
I received yesterday yours and Mr. Randolph’s letters from Varina of the 15th. and 16th. inst. I...
I saw in Philadelphia your friends Mrs. Trist and Miss Rittenhouse. Both complained of your not...
Your and Mr. Randolph’s welcome favors of the 16th. came to hand yesterday, by which I perceive...
Your letter of April 13. tho’ it came to hand on the 30th. is yet to be acknowleged. That of May...
I am now very long without a letter from Monticello, which is always a circumstance of anxiety to...