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The most exalted of our young Genius’s in Boston have an Ambition to See Montecello , its Library...
About half the company was assembled when I arrived. The President himself received me, as the...
We left Charlottesville on Saturday morning, the 4th of February, for Mr. Jefferson ’s. He lives,...
In a day or two I shall reply to your very interesting letter . The object of this note is to...
In consequence of letters, which I have this morning and, in fact, this moment received from...
Your letter of the 6 th is recieved. mine of the 4 th 3 rd had gone on and will probably be in...
I reached home yesterday morning , after a tedious and indeed a perilous journey, and found that...
The great revolution in France , and the war growing out of it, which have changed the face of...
Availing myself of the kind offer of your aid in replacing some of the literary treasures which I...
In my letter of July 4. I mentioned that mr Girard of Philadelphia would furnish a credit of...