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Be pleased to drop me a line saying whether or not I have ever furnished you with the North American Review for October last. If I have not it shall be sent to you by the next mail after I receive your answer. Respectfully Your obt. Svt. RC ( DLC ). Docketed by JM .
H. Lee has had the honour to receive Mr. Madison’s note of the 22nd April, and is glad to learn that the perusal of the volume transmitted by Mr. Garnett, is to be preceded by the study of that which it attempts to review. He hopes that either may requite the attention Mr Madison may bestow on it, and to lessen the demerit of the former, takes the liberty of inclosing a printed paper, which...
Being desireous of obtaining one of the Boarding Houses of the University, and not knowing the proper source of application, I beg leave of making known my views to you, as I presume you are still one of its’ visiters—And would esteem it as a favour if I could be so fortunate in obtaining your support. I shall be able to adduce the most satisfactory letters. May I expect the favour of a reply...
It is with pleasure I send you a few lines informing you that myself and family are injoying a reasonable Potion of helth. I very sincerely hope that you are well and also the family. I wish to inform you that I have received the hundred dollars from Dabney Terrill of Louisville of this state on the 15 th of April last month. I live about 200 miles distant from Louisville and made an...
My last ride to the University and return without getting off of my horse, with the heat of the day so overcome me with fatigue that I could scarcely reach home, and still leaves me so sore and languid that I have not been on my horse since, nor shall I be able yet for some days. if therefore any consultation is necessary with me I must ask the favor of yourself and mr Bergamin to take a ride...
I set out for Richmond next Saturday and the time now having arrived when you said it would be in your power to pay me one half of your debt, it would be very desireable to recieve it, be pleased to let me hear from you by return of the boy. ViU : David Higginbotham Letterbook.
Having from the necessities of age been obliged to turn over the whole of my affairs to my gr. son Jefferson, I specially recommended to his attention my debt to you, and I know he contemplates doing what can be done in it, as soon as the tob o of the last year gets to market from this place and Bedford. I shall deliver him your letter that he may keep it in view. accept friendly salutns MHi .
Having had the honour to transmit to M r Jefferson a copy of the ‘campaign of ’71 in the Carolinas’, with a view of rendering it less unworthy of his perusal, I forward the accompanying paper MHi .
On examining some Lists I perceive that a copy of the work sent herewith—a Translation of “A Treatise on the Science of War and Fortification”, was not sent to you at the time of its first publication, as was my intention. To repair this omission, which was in part produced by my absence abroad for several years, I have the honour now to forward a Copy to your address; and to request your...