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M r Jefferson To T G Watkins D r D s Cts 1819       Oct. 19   Visit early in morn attendance untill afternoon advice & c
I received, with peculiar gratification, your letters, together with the volume and other documents accompanying them, and am not insensible of the obligations under which you have laid me, by the kind attention with which you have been pleased to honour me. I have read with pleasure and interest your instructing letters and am satisfied of the correctness of your opinion respecting the...
You who know with what painful sensations I saw you depart for College, can readily imagine how much my sufferings were encreased, when this hour arrived, in which I was to bid adieu to the home which had so kindly cherished me, where I enjoyed a felicity much beyond my deserts, and which has excited in my heart a sense of gratitude difficult to express. My poor companion with whom Doctor,...
The Bearer, M r Nathaniel Helme , being about to reside in your vicinity as an Instructor, requests of me the favour of a letter to you— He is a son of James Helme Esq, who is one of the most respectable Citizens of the County of Washington , in this State , one of your ardent political friends, and on one occasion was one of your Electors— I learn from the Rev President Messer , who is at the...
You have rendered to my friend an essential Service by assigning to the business concerning which he requested me to consult You , its real shape and dimensions. As he is very old, and has a wife, and several children, besides the Son to whom I alluded, he is cautious, irresolute, and slow in his motions; so that I fear he will be anticipated even in the English branch of the business, which,...
I have walked this morning from monticello to Peter minor ’s, grandmother ’s residence at this present moment, I started immediately after breakfast, reached this in about an hour and a half, the morning was perfectly well adapted for a jaunt of that kind, & they say that there is no situation in which a man feels more independent and noble, than that of a pedestrian of a fine, cold, bracing...