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¶ From Thomas Jefferson. Letter not found. 2 June 1820 . Enclosed in Dolley Madison to Lewis J....
The inclosed letter to mr Cabell so fully explains it’s object, and the grounds on which your...
Not knowing whether you may have obtained mr Barber’s acceptance in the visit you proposed, I...
I would have accompanied the General to-day but for two reasons, I have not strength, and I...
I am near closing my catalogue, and it is important I should recieve the kindness of your...
I wished to have communicated to you my letter to Gilmer before I sent it off. but the danger of...
I concur with entire satisfaction in your amendment of my resolution, and am peculiarly pleased...
Letter not found. 29 June 1819, Monticello. Described as a one-page autograph letter, signed,...
I am near closing my catalogue, and it is important I should recieve the kindness of your...
A visit of the ladies of our family to mrs Madison gives me an opportunity of sending you our...