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Richmond , 7 Apr. 1791 . He had the honor and the pain of receiving TJ’s friendly letter by Mr....
I take the liberty of troubling you with this line by Mr. Greenup just to remind you of (as soon...
Yesterday I had the pleasure of hearing of your arrival at Norfolk; and would have immediately...
I some time ago took the liberty of writing you a line enquiring into the situation of my debt...
Richmond, 13 Apr. 1791 . This will be delivered to TJ by Dr. John Griffin, whose letter to TJ...
I take the opportunity by Judge Irdell to write you this short Epistle, and to apologise in Some...
Not expecting the pleasure of seeing You down here, I take the liberty of writing you a line to...
From the last letter I had the honor of receiving from you I was informed that my suit vs....
It is sometime since I had the honor of a line from you. In your last, I was inform’d that, my...
Richmond, 3 June 1793 . He introduces Alexander Maitland, a young English gentleman formerly of...
Richmond, 27 Dec. 1791 . This letter will be delivered by Alexander Campbell, U.S. attorney in...
Richmond, 25 July 1791 . Acknowledging TJ’s favor written the day he departed on his trip “to the...
Richmond , 26 Aug. 1791 . He acknowledged TJ’s polite and friendly letter and wrote again by...
I came to Richmond by the way Of Colo. Symes, to whom I spoke in regard to Romeo, but Mrs. Syme...
I had the pleasure of receiving your favor of the 19th. from Philadelphia, tother day enclosing...
I had the honor of recieving your favor of the 19th. of Octr. –92 inclosing that of Mr. Barton’s...
I did myself the honor of answering your polite letter lately received, inclosing Mr. Bartons to...
Richmond, 3 Oct. 1791. He has learned from Colo. Randolph that TJ’s visit to Monticello will be...
I very lately did myself the honor of addressing you wherein I sollicited your own very...
Richmond, 14 Mch. 1791 . Introducing his particular friend Col. [John] Hamilton, British consul...