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Your’s of the 20 th was recieved on the day of it’s date. I do not know why that part of it is...
I sincerely regret that we happen to see the same subject in lights so very different, with...
your letter of the 10 th did not come to hand until the 20 th instant. on examining my files I...
You sometime ago had corn for sale which you were so kind as to offer me. if you have still any...
I am raeley sorry to inform You, I fear I have sold my corn two close, I regret very much I had...
I have recieved the copy you have been so kind as to send me of the Address and Constitution of...
I thank you, kind Sir, for the favor of sending me a copy of the American Register of the present...
I recieved on the 7 th of Nov. your favor of Oct. 1. and delayed it’s acknolegement until the...
I was rejoiced when I found the justice of Congress had made some necessary Provision for the...
yours of the 11 th Came to hand on the 22 th and I am hapey to heare from you this Day I have...
Although I have not the honor of a personal Acquaintance with you, yet I trust you will excuse...
The great question was “Whether Writs of Assistants, were legal, or illegal; constitutional or...
I set out the first of next week on the journey to the South in execution of a State commission...
I rejoice in the expectation of seeing you & Mrs Adams; and Miss S A—and as the Day that is most...
I am, indeed, gratified by the receipt of your letter of the 27th ulto. The approbation of those...
Mr W S Smith with Mrs Smith are upon a visit to her Relations in Washington. he is desirious of...
I take the liberty of inclosing—the Messenger of this Town, 24 th as it...
I have received your letter of the 10 th March and shall not fail, without some unforeseen...
5. A Cloudy Morng. Left home at ¼ before 4 O’Clock, and reached Monticello at ¼ after 8—Found the...
Permit me to trouble you with the perusal of the enclos’d copy of a letter, I have this day...
Some days ago I sent to you a treatise on Canals compiled at the request of the Canal...
Th: Jefferson is very thankful to Gen l Cocke for the sample of Scuppernong wine which he has...
I write to you because you are a Director of the Rivanna company , yet not as a Director , but as...
I have receiv’d your note together with the Bill mentiond , to which I will give the attention...
Permit me my dear Madam to introduce Mr Preston to your acquaintance, a young Virginian of high...
The Familiarity of this address you will readily excuse as you are aware that without personal...
Is your daughter, Mrs Stewart, who I am credibly informed is one of the most accomplished Ladies,...
Please to present my thanks to my aunt for her kind letter; and accept my congratulations on the...
f. running measure 2 walls 1 ½ brick thick 41.f long = 82 6. d o 19. = 114 1 d o 22 = 22 2. d o
The bearers of this, James Bradley and Edward Ancel are the undertakers of my building—the former...