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I enclose to you a letter from Colo: Bently of Virginia —You will find among your papers another...
I met with Doct r Flood at Buckingham court house on the second monday of the present month. From...
I received in due time the letter forwarded from Floods — I regret that my letter contained any...
I enclose under cover to you a note for my little boy —I am delighted to hear that he gives you...
Francis has been detained in consequence of the severe indisposition of two of my children—They...
circumstances on which I shall not dwell have prevented my writing to you for some time—I have...
I have been looking with great anxiety for some time for a letter from you—My own situation has...
your letter from Poplar Forrest arrived here while I was absent on a trip to Eppington and...
Your letter of the 24 th of June has been received and read with great pleasure—If the war...
My being uncertain whether you had returned from Bedford prevented my writing before I left...
I have directed Martin to remain at Monticello until he learns to Turn—He will be able to get the...
Since my perusal of the batture case I have greatly regretted that you had not previous to the...
Francis arrived at warren the day after you passed on your last visit to Bedford . on learning...
I did hope to have had your business ready before this.—I was to have attended Mr Ladd on the 29...
I had written to you by Jefferson who travelled on with us as far as Dumfries , but his going off...
When I received your last letter the pamphlet the return of which you requested was in the hands...
Having occasion to send to Milton I have directed the servant to call and enquire after your...
Since M r Carr left us I have been confined at least two thirds of my time—I am at present...
Your letter from Monticello of the 7 th instant was rec e ived yesterday—The one dated the 12. of...
I received a few days before my confinement the enclosed letter from Mr. Richard Dabbs of...
A letter has been received by Mr. Kenan of North Carolina from an officer of the army of good...
Jno W Eppes presents his respects to the President. He considers the subject on which he...
15 December 1809. Encloses a letter from James P. Preston of Virginia and recommends him for the...
8 February 1810, Washington. Upon learning that Mr. Graham has declined the governor’s post in...
31 October 1812, Petersburg. Reports that “Many respectable citizens of this place are anxious...
Ca. 12 February 1810. Informs JM that “Colo: Howard will accept the appointment.” Suggests that...
24 March 1810, Congress Hall. Has learned from William Branch Giles that Mr. Dublois, “who is...
My absence from chesterfield prevented my receiving your letter until a few days since. When the...