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You will be surprised at receiving a letter from me dated here at this time. But a series of bad...
I acknowleged, my dear Maria, the reciept of yours in a letter I wrote to mr Eppes. it gave me...
I have recieved yours, my dear Maria, of Feb. 1. and with that extreme gratification with which I...
Yours of Mar. 20. came to hand yesterday. you are not aware of the consequences of writing me a...
It is very long since I have heard from Eppington. the last letter I [recieved?] was from mr...
I wrote you last on the 18th. of May since which [I have recieved mr Eppes’s] letter of May 20....
I arrived here on the 3d. inst. expecting to have found you here and we have been ever since...
I arrived here, my dear Maria, on the 3d. inst. and was in the daily hope of recieving you, when...
I wrote to mr Eppes three weeks ago. immediately after the date of that letter Lucy increased her...
I left Monticello the 18th. of Dec. and arrived here to breakfast on the 25th. having experienced...
Your letter, my dear Maria, of Jan. 21. was recieved two days ago. it was, as Ossian says, or...
I am this moment arrived here, and the post being about to depart, I set down to inform you of...
Your letter, my dear Maria, of Mar. 13. came safely to hand and gave us the information, always...
I recieved at Monticello two letters from you , & meant to have answered them a little before my...
Mr. Eppes’s letter of Jan. 17 . had filled me with anxiety for your little one, & that of the...
I have at length, my ever dear Maria, recieved by mr Eppes’s letter of Mar. 24. the welcome news...
We have heard not a word of you since the moment you left us. I hope you had a safe & pleasant...
Washington Jan. 4. 1800. [i.e., 1801] Your letter, my dear Maria, of Dec. 28. is just now...
Your letter, my dear Maria, of the 2d. inst. came to hand on the 8th. I should have answered it...