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Being so much more within writing distance here than at Monticello , and with time freer from...
I duly recieved your letter , the date of which I cannot quote because I have it not with me: but...
Your favor of Oct. 10. travelled to Monticello , thence to Richmond , thence to Lynchburg , and...
Sincerely sympathising, my dear Madam, with yourself & friends on the apostacy of William Brown...
I brought the inclosed book to this place, the last fall, intending to forward it to you; but...
I recd. after my arrival here your favor of the 18th. The substance of Mrs. Jones’s letter had...
The mail between us passes very slowly. your letter of Nov. 17. reached this place on the 14 th...
I am here, my dear Madam alive and well, and notwithstanding the murderous histories of the...
My visits to this place, considered as a halfway-house, rekindle the desire of bringing myself to...
I recieved in due time your favor of a date which I cannot quote, because I have it not here, & I...
Your letter of the 27th august has just come to hand that inclosing the papers from Mrs Jones...
I recieve with great thankfulness your kind congratulations on my liberation from the duties &...
Your letter of Dec. 17. was near three weeks on it’s passage here. immediately on it’s reciept I...