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By the last Mail I was honored with your letter of the 20th. ulto. with the communication from Govr. Lewis—by the same mail there is a letter published in one of the Newspapers dated St. Louis 12th. of July, stating the arrival of the Sacs. Foxes Iawau &c with the [mur]derers demanded by Govr. Lewis, which indicates a much more favorable termination of the dispute with those Indians than I had...
I think Proper to inform you how we come on with our work, I have done both of the Starways and one of the Nurssary, and in the course of this week I will have the others done, we Have also Run the colloms for the South Portaco and I think They will, when finishd be elegant the west room is finishd in the maner which you told me, I Still keep fill at the diging and give him all the assist that...
My letters to you not recieved at the date of yours of the 29th. were of the 27th & 31st. ulto.—Several parts of them are anticipated by your’s. The announce as to the Aviso was inserted in the papers four days ago by the post-office. Several applications were immediately made to the Navy agent here & to the Collector by the owners of vessels, who did not know which would be the department, as...
The packet brought me by the mail of friday from Milton, was strangely delayed somewhere; more than by the mistake which carried it to Monticello. It contained the inclosed letter from Pinkney, which has a much better flavour that his preceding one of the 22d. June. Should any future packets or letters from the Office of State, get to Monticello in the first instance, I beg you to open them....
The Packet brought me by the mail of friday from Milton, was strangely delayed somewhere; more than by the mistake which carried it to Monticello. It contained the inclosed letter from Pinkney, which has a much better flavour that his preceeding one of the 22d. June. Should any future packets or letters from the office of State, get to Monticello in the first instance, I beg you to open them....
books given to Th:J. Randolph. Sep. 4. 08. Homeri Ilias. Coluthus & Tryphiodorus. Virgil. Serotype. Lucan. Elzevir 1651. Claudian. Elzevir. 1650. Silius Italicus. Jansson. 1620. Ovid. Met. Lugduni. 1568. Juvenal et Persius. Blaeu. 1668. do.     Leers. 1683. Horace. Wetstenii 1719. Senecae tragoed. Amst. 1568. Plautus. Jansson. 1650. Terence. Wetstenii do.    Jansson. 1619. Autonius. Blaeu....