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We got in good time to dinner at Montpelier the day I left you, and the next two days being cool,...
Davy arrived last night with your letter of the 23d. and as he will stay some days, & then return...
My latest news from Edgehill was Ellen’s letter of the 1st. inst. which seems to have closed her...
I wrote to you the last week, but a pressure of business at the time prevented my answering a...
The letter to mr Hackley shall go by a government vessel which sails for Cadiz the 10th. of this...
I recieved yesterday yours of the 2d. my fever left me the day I wrote to you, and the swelling...
I was taken with a tooth-ache about 5. days ago, which brought on a very large & hard swelling of...
Here we are all well; & my last letters from Edgehill informed me that all were so there except...
My journey to this place was not as free from accident as usual. I was near losing Castor in the...
As it seems now tolerably probable that the British squadron in our bay have not in contemplation...
I have just recieved information from mr Jefferson that my shipwrecked goods are gone on from...
I am in hopes this evening’s mail will bring me information that you are all well, tho in the...
We are all well here, my ever dear Martha, but I shall not be able probably to set out tomorrow,...
Being apprehensive we have mistaken, by one day, the departure of the horse post from hence, I...
I presume mr Randolph informs you himself that he is quite well. indeed I have no doubt he could...
I presume mr Randolph writes to you and informs you he continues well. he has rode twice on...
Mr. Randolph’s convalescence proceeds steadily, not a single circumstance having arisen to throw...
Mr. Randolph continues well without the least retrograde circumstance. he sleeps well, walks a...
Mr Randolph continues well. nothing has happened to throw him back. he rides out now on good days...
I wrote to you by the carts yesterday morning; but as you will not get that letter till Monday...
Altho’ this letter which goes by the carts, will not reach you till Monday evening, and that...
Altho’ I wrote to you by post yesterday, yet as an opportunity offers by Capt Clarke at noon...
I have the happiness to inform you that mr Randolph is entirely well. his fever had left him at...
I wrote you on Monday evening, and then expected that a morning or two more would have produced a...
Tomorrow Congress will close; but I hardly expect to get away under a week. it will take that...
Davy arrived last night and will set out tomorrow on his return. by him I send the flower-pot &...
John delivered safely your letter of the 14th. I am sorry you did not continue at Monticello...
The last letter I have had from Edgehill was Anne’s of June 20. that informed me that the family...
I arrived here, my dear Martha, to breakfast, on the Saturday morning before the last, without...
The carriage goes off in the morning for Centerville, in time, if you should arrive there early &...