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The time has at length arrive when the situation of my family requires that I should indeavour to...
Mr York says he had no instructions to recieve the money for the mules and that Mr. Munroe had...
I find it is necessary that I should arrainge all my little might of money to the best advantage...
John sets off in the morning agreable to Your request Pearticulally examined his cart and have...
I now send You a few lines upon an important subjec to me. I have long been advised by my...
I have been very closely considering upon the business of mooving. since our last conversation I...
I have to trouble you againe respecting my preparation of going to the western country. I am...
upon a close look at my ploughs I find the wood work of one requires to be made intirely new and...
The bearer, mr Edmund Bacon has lived with me twelve years as manager of my farm at Monticello ....
It is some what possoble that I may still moove the comeing fall to the west. the certainty of my...