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2221 Jefferson, Thomas Burwell, William A. Thomas Jefferson to William A. Burwell, 25 February … 1810-02-25 Your’s of the 16 th has given me real uneasiness. I was certainly very unfortunate in the choice...
2222 Jefferson, Thomas Burwell, William A. Thomas Jefferson to William A. Burwell, 19 August 1811 1811-08-19 I am here after a long absence, having been confined at home a month by rheumatism. I thought...
2223 Jefferson, Thomas Burwell, William A. Thomas Jefferson to William A. Burwell, 7 January 1810 1810-01-07 Your’s of Dec. 29. was recieved on the 3 d inst . I shall state what I know respecting the medals...
2224 Jefferson, Thomas Burwell, William A. Thomas Jefferson to William A. Burwell, 5 September … 1810-09-05 I am just about leaving this place after a visit of a fortnight. mr Bankhead came with me and...
2225 Jefferson, Thomas Burwell, William Armistead Thomas Jefferson to William A. Burwell, 6 February 1817 1817-02-06 Your favor of Jan. 22. came to hand last night, with the papers of mr Graham inclosed. of all...
2226 Jefferson, Thomas Cabell, Joseph Carrington Thomas Jefferson to Joseph C. Cabell, 16 October 1814 1814-10-16 Either inaccurate expression in myself, or the misapp r ehension of a friend to whom I had...
2227 Jefferson, Thomas Cabell, Joseph Carrington Thomas Jefferson to Joseph C. Cabell, 30 September 1814 1814-09-30 In my letter of the 23 d an important fact escaped me which, lest it should not occur to you, I...
2228 Jefferson, Thomas Cabell, Joseph Carrington Thomas Jefferson to Joseph C. Cabell, 27 June 1810 1810-06-27 I inclose you a letter from Judge Cooper of Pensylvania , a political refugee with D r Priestley...
2229 Jefferson, Thomas Cabell, Joseph Carrington Thomas Jefferson to Joseph C. Cabell, 13 July 1816 1816-07-13 I thank you for Maine ’s recipe for preparing the haw, inclosed in your favor of the 4 th . I...
2230 Jefferson, Thomas Cabell, Joseph Carrington Thomas Jefferson to Joseph C. Cabell, 23 September 1814 1814-09-23 Your favor of the 17 th is just recieved. I shall answer it, as usual, frankly, adding my...
2231 Jefferson, Thomas Cabell, Joseph Carrington Thomas Jefferson to Joseph C. Cabell, 31 January 1816 1816-01-31 Your letters of the 23 d and 24 th come to hand just in the moment of the return of our mail. I...
2232 Jefferson, Thomas Cabell, Joseph Carrington Thomas Jefferson to Joseph C. Cabell, 7 November 1813 1813-11-07 As the meeting of our legislature approaches, and I shall be absent in Bedford from the 17 th...
2233 Jefferson, Thomas Cabell, Joseph Carrington Thomas Jefferson to Joseph C. Cabell, 3 September 1816 1816-09-03 I am afraid I have kept your papers longer than you expected. mr Randolph ’s absence till within...
2234 Jefferson, Thomas Cabell, Joseph Carrington Thomas Jefferson to Joseph C. Cabell, 5 January 1815 1815-01-05 Your favor of Dec. 27. with the letter inclosed , has been recieved. knowing well that the...
2235 Jefferson, Thomas Cabell, Joseph Carrington Thomas Jefferson to Joseph C. Cabell, 24 January 1816 1816-01-24 Your favor of the 16 th experienced great delay on the road and to avoid that of another mail I...
2236 Jefferson, Thomas Cabell, Joseph Carrington Thomas Jefferson to Joseph C. Cabell, 17 January 1814 1814-01-17 In your last letter to me you expressed a desire to look into the question Whether, by the laws...
2237 Jefferson, Thomas Cabell, Joseph Carrington Thomas Jefferson to Joseph C. Cabell, 2 February 1816 1816-02-02 Your favors of the 23 d & 24 th ult. were a week coming to us. I instantly inclosed to you the...
2238 Jefferson, Thomas Cabell, Joseph Carrington Thomas Jefferson to Joseph C. Cabell, 1 January 1817 1817-01-01 A member of a family to which I have been much attached by long intimacies sollicits my asking...
2239 Jefferson, Thomas Cabell, Joseph Carrington Thomas Jefferson to Joseph C. Cabell, 14 July 1816 1816-07-14 You have sometimes thought my political ramblings worth the time and trouble of reading. I...
2240 Jefferson, Thomas Cabell, Joseph Carrington Thomas Jefferson to Joseph C. Cabell, 5 January 1813 1813-01-05 I learn by the newspapers that a petition has been presented to the legislature by the Rivanna...
2241 Jefferson, Thomas Cabell, Joseph Carrington Thomas Jefferson to Joseph C. Cabell, 28 February 1816 1816-02-28 You enquire whether Say has ever been translated into English? I am certain he never has in...
2242 Jefferson, Thomas Cabell, Joseph Carrington Thomas Jefferson to Joseph C. Cabell, 31 January 1814 1814-01-31 Your favor of the 23 d is recieved. Say had come to hand safely. but I regretted having asked the...
2243 Jefferson, Thomas Cabell, Joseph Carrington Thomas Jefferson to Joseph C. Cabell, 23 December 1815 1815-12-23 A petition has been presented to our present legislature by a Cap t Joseph Miller , praying a...
2244 Madison, James Cabinet Memorandum to the Cabinet, 14 June 1809 1809-06-14 J. Madison requests a consultation with the heads of the Depts. today at 12 O’C. Printed copy...
2245 Adams, Thomas Boylston Cadwalader, Thomas From Thomas Boylston Adams to Thomas Cadwalader, 13 … 1816-11-13 I am now two thirds of my journey homeward having left Philadelphia on the 8th: instant, and...
2246 Jefferson, Thomas Caines, Clement Thomas Jefferson to Clement Caines, 16 September 1811 1811-09-16 Your favor of Apr. 2. was not recieved till the 23 d of June last with the volume accompanying...
2247 Jefferson, Thomas Caldwell, Charles Thomas Jefferson to Charles Caldwell, 12 June 1814 1814-06-12 Your letters of Apr. 25. & 30. came to me by the same mail as I was leaving Monticello on a...
2248 Jefferson, Thomas Callaway, George Thomas Jefferson to George Callaway, 21 September 1811 1811-09-21 My wheat made at Poplar forest the last year was delivered at your mill under a contract made by...
2249 Jefferson, Thomas Callaway, George Thomas Jefferson to George Callaway, 5 December 1811 1811-12-05 I wrote you on the 21 st of Sep. stating my claim on you for 47 ⅖ barrels of Superfine flour, or...
2250 Jefferson, Thomas Campbell, Benjamin J. Thomas Jefferson to Benjamin J. Campbell, 26 March 1816 1816-03-26 I recieved the last night your favor of the 16 th and hasten to acknolege it. I had before...