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I have recd. from Mr. H. Wheaton who is engaged in a Biography of the late W. Pinkney a letter...
I rec d yesterday yours of the 16 th inclosing the paper from M r Ticknor, on the tax imposed on...
I return your letter to Gilmer as fairly copied. Will he understand that he is not to return...
I return the letter from M r Cabell with your answer to it inclosed in yours of the 16 th just...
When I suggested, some time ago, Judge Carr for the Law Chair in the University, I did not know...
I have recd. yours of the 6th. inclosing the letters to & from Dr. Cooper, and forward the former...
Your favor of Mar. 3. came safe to hand, with the seeds you were so kind as to send with it. I...
I rec d yesterday your two letters of the 12 & 15 th & return the letter from M r Cabell inclosed...
Having but little hope that Judge Dade will accept the place offered him, and having occasionally...
M r Browere (pronounced Brower) is so anxious to pay his respects to you that I can not refuse...
The letter for Judge Barbour inclosed in your last to me, did not reach him, till his return on...
When I suggested, some time ago, Judge Carr for the Law Chair in the University, I did not know...
Your favor of the 18th. which authenticates your convalescence was most welcome, & I thank you...
I recd. yesterday yours of the 16th. inclosing the paper from Mr. Ticknor, on the tax imposed on...
I return the letters from Doc r Cooper inclosed in yours of the 7 th It is truly to be lamented...
I return the letter from Mr. Gilmer. It would have been more agreeable if he had not suspended...
I return the letter from M r Gilmer. It would have been more agreeable if he had not suspended...
I recd. yesterday morning yours of the 8th. and return the several copies of letters inclosed in...
I have not been able to learn a little of your health, since I saw you . It has, I hope, been...
Your Circular of the 4 th instant did not come to hand till yesterday. In the present attitude of...
Having been detained in Washington untill the 6 th inst. I did not reach home till Tuesday night,...
I am sorry M r Tucker requires time for deliberation. It shews the difficulty in our Country of...
The bearer Mr. E. Tayloe, son of Col: Tayloe of Washington is desirous of making a respectful...
By the return of the ladies who have favored M rs Madison with so agreeable a visit, I send back...
I recd. yesterday yours of the 11th. The letter from Mr. Cabell which I return is of very...
Yours of the 9 th was not rec d till the evening before the last, and c d not be sooner answered...
I return the letters from M r Gilmer enclosed in yours of Nov r 30. His account of the engaged...
Having been detained in Washington untill the 6th. inst. I did not reach home till Tuesday night,...
I have recd. yours of the 6th. My preference of F. Gilmer for the law professorship, to any other...
I have rec d yours of the 6 th My preference of F Gilmer for the law professorship, to any other...