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Your letter of the 5th. mentioning that you should be at Eppington till the 14th. & then proceed...
In revising my philosophical apparatus I find I have some articles to spare which will be of use...
In my letter to you from Monticello by your servant I had concluded to let the purchase of the...
After the inclosed was written & delivered to mr Coles, your servant arrived; I therefore send it...
Your two letters of Aug. 9. & Sep. 21. were duly recieved: and altho’, according to the latter I...
Yours of the 3d. is recieved. at that time I presume you had not got mine of June 19. asking the...
I have lost two days ago the most valuable horse I had remaining (Turn-coat). a constipation of...
Martin arrived here the night before last & delivered safely yours of the 22d. I learn with great...
On reciept of your letter I sent Joseph into the country to enquire into the situation of the...
[unfavorable change in appearances there, unless we consider as such a procrastination which may...
Yours of the 16th. was recieved the day before yesterday; and altho’ I do not foresee a...
Not understanding the conveyance to you by post beyond Richmond, I have thought it safest to...
Yours of the 22d. by Martin is recieved together with the horse. in the exchange we have made my...
Your letters of July 16. & 29. both came to me on the 2d instant . I recieve with great delight...
I should much sooner have written to you but for the press of business which had accumulated at...
Your letter of the 9th. has at length relieved my spirits. still the debility of Maria will need...
Yours of the 14th. came to hand last night. I am glad you are all well so far, but having...
Your’s of the 6th. is recieved. I have not yet heard any thing from mr Hancocke respecting the...
Your’s of the 14th. came to hand last night, and I am glad it was written before mine of the...
Your’s of the 10th. was recieved on the 16th. I shall leave this about the 6th. of March, unless...
Yesterday morning I recieved information of Maria’s safe arrival at Edgehill. some apprehension...
As it gives room for federal clamour for me ever to say any thing about an election, what I am...
The family arrived here yesterday morning , without accident. mr Lilly’s order for £40. his wages...
It is now long since I have heard from Maria or yourself. Congress will rise certainly on the 3d....
My last to you was of the 31st. of Jan. I now inclose you one for Maria. the H. of R. decided the...
Yours of the 6th. has been duly recieved. but the printer has been slow in making up for me the...
I wrote to Maria on the 14th. of Dec. My occupations are now so incessant that I cannot command a...
Understanding that you thought of building some time ere long on the upper Pantops, I mentioned...
Your favor of the 12th . came to hand this morning, and brings me the always welcome tidings of...
Martin & Davy arrived on the 20th. with the horses. I am perfectly satisfied with them all, &...
I arrived here on the 4th. inst. and found the family at Edgehill all well. we are now all...
I wrote to you the day before yesterday, since that I have taken a more correct view of my...
According to the plan I had proposed of each of us answering immediately on reciept of a letter...