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Will you permit me my dear Sir to offer a copy of a book which my necessities compelled me to...
I reached town last evening from a short trip, to the country, & found your letter of the 16 th...
your communication of date the 12 th March, I have this evening received, and in answer to its...
I have just received your letter announcing my election to the Professorship of Chemistry and...
I send you a very full account of all that passed between Mr B. & myself. I am astonished he...
Since I left Monticello, I have with great deliberation reflected upon the proposition which you...
I kept no copies of the numerous notes which passed between Mr. Barlow and myself, on the subject...
In consequence of some intimations from your Grand Son Benj n respecting y r wishes as to his...
I hasten to acknowlege the receipt of your obliging letter communicating my appointment to the...
Although I was very sensible of the kind feeling which dictated your answer to my letter of the...
Mr Owen intending from motives of respect to pay to you & Mr Madison, a visit, has requested of...
Being uncertain whether the Chair of the Institutes and Practice of medicine is filled or not, in...
Knowing the interest you take in every species of literary improvement, I have ventured to send...
I may not longer delay to answer your unexpected, affectionate and interesting favour of Jan y 11...
I have taken the liberty—to inclose the with in-prospectus to you—Will you allow me to ask your...
In execution of the resolution of the board of Visitors of October 1824. directing “a negociation...
With very great pleasure I have it in my power to communicate to you, that this moment, after...
M r Benton has the pleasure to inform M r Jefferson that the Bill for paying interest to...
I have the honour to send you enclosed a copy of the First Annual Report of the proceedings of...
It is with much pleasure I have now to inform you, that the Bill providing for the payment of the...
I received a letter a few days since from M rs Martha B. Eppes, the Widow & Executrix of the late...
Your fav. of the 22 d ins t is this moment rec d & I hasten to say in reply that from it I derive...
I readily comply with the request of M r Owen of Lanark, in taking the Liberty of introducing him...
I have already had the pleasure of acknowleging & thanking you for your gratifying favor of the 8...
Every line from you exhilarates my spirits and gives me a glow of pleasure—but your kind...
Every line from you exhilarates my spirits and gives me a glow of pleasure—but your kind...
M r Owen the bearer is desirous of forming the acquaintance of one so distinguished by the...
I should have written to you sooner, my D r Grandfather, and given all the particulars of our...
Knowing the deep interest you take, in every thing connected with the University, I hasten to...
Enclosed I hand you copy of my acct. against you, which would have been rendered sooner, but for...