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Your favor of the 8th. has been duly recieved. I send you by the present post a pamphlet on agricultural subjects published by a society in N. York. Mr. Brown wrote me some time ago that my barrel of hams was at Richmond as also the box of books. Should they be still there, I would rather the former should be returned to Monticello for your use, because I have got thro the article of giving...
I had the honor of recieving the day before yesterday from Amsterdam, your letters of March 18. and Oct. 14—together with the papers accompanying them for me and two parcels for M. Carmichael. I shall lose no time in repairing to Madrid. The route through France is much to be preferred if there be a certainty of passing the Spanish frontier. I have already written to M. Morris and spoken to...
I return you a thousand thanks for your friendly letter of Oct. 16 and its enclosed extracts of those of March 18 and April 24. I recieved it the day before yesterday from Amsterdam with the others accompanying it. I have written already to M. Morris and spoken to the French Minister, who is still here incognito as it were, to know if I can pass through France with the certainty of not being...
Being informed that a Gentelman is going to Scotland in order to give incuregment to some of My Contray men in the Mason line to Come to America: if So, Ther is a Mr. Alexander Crawford Mason Shakespear Squair Edinburgh a warm frind to America: who writes me he intends to Come himself after Settling his business for he is one of the prinsaple buildars in the New Town of Ednb. At any rate he...