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I rec d in due time your affect te lre of Feb. 25. and read it with the pleasure one must always...
The difficulty with which I write, my aversion to it, and the satiating dose which is forced upon...
We heard some time ago indirectly & indistinctly thro’ your friends at Ashton of the injury...
Your favor of the 23 d ult. has been recieved. I have diligently gone over your father’s...
I am necessarily detained here by a negocian for the Univ y . with the Literary board not yet...
I recieved while at Poplar Forest your’s of May 13. and am glad to learn that you find Coke Lit....
your letter of Mar. 22. did not reach me till a few days ago. that of Feb 6. had been recieved in...
On my return to this place on the 5 th inst. I found here your letter of Oct. 22. I learnt from...
the same, and their language often quite so. Justinian is very illustrative of the doctrines of...
Your letter of May 7. was recieved in due time, and in it you ask my opinion as to the utility of...
Yours of Mar. 27. has been duly recieved. the effect of what our legislature did for us at their...
Your letter of the 1 st came safely to hand. I am sorry you have lost mr Elliot; however the...
Yours of Oct. 31. came to me here Nov. 28. having first gone to Monticello. I observe the course...
Your letter of the 28 th came to hand yesterday, and, as I suppose you are now about leaving...
I leave at Flood’s with this letter a packet containing 3. small volumes of my petit format...
My first wish, my dear Francis , is ever to hear that you are in good health, because that is the...
I have written to ask the favor of mr Halcomb to permit your cousin Baker and yourself to come...
After my return from this place to Monticello in May last I recieved the letters which yourself...
Your letter of Aug. 19 . came to hand only 4. or 5. days ago. I should have answered it by post...
It is with sincere pleasure I learn that Wayles and Maria have concluded to run their course of...
I recieve with great satisfaction your information that we are likely to get Cary’s claim against...
I received yesterday your favor of Aug. 17. as I had before done that of July 15. This would have...
According to the information contained in my letter of Mar. 17. Jack now sets out for Virginia....
Besides the difficulty you mentioned with respect to Jack’s trip to the Indian treaty, one has...
The Commissioners to the Indian treaty will not leave this place till the 1st. of April, which...
Your favor of the 2d. inst. is duly recieved, and in answer to your enquiries about the prospect...
The greatest council of Indians which has been or will be held in our day, is to be at the river...
I recieved yesterday yours of the 7th. I have been so many years without being able to think of...
In a former letter I asked your permission to let the bonds taken at my sale be sent to you, in...
Your favor of Feb. 29. came to hand yesterday. That of Feb. 24. a week ago. I inclose you a...
Finding a moment of leisure to take up my private correspondencies, I am to answer your letter of...
I wrote you the last week, since which I have received yours of Oct. 2. and Nov. 3d. informing me...
I received last night yours of Oct. 31. complaining that you had written three letters before...
I was in hopes to have seen you here till Mr. Randolph arriving last night from Richmond,...
A letter from Mazzei on the subject of Capt. Hylton’s debt to him obliges me to ask from you what...
Jack’s letters will have informed you of his arrival here safe and in good health. Capt. Stratton...
Your favor of the 6th. came to hand two days ago. I heartily congratulate you on the success of...
I was in hopes that before this I could have invited Jack to come on, and had a lodging ready for...
I set out for Philadelphia this week, and shall hope to recieve Jack there ere long. I shall not...
In my other letter I forgot to ask information of you on the following subject. Mr. Ross sent me,...
I was the other day as far as Richmond, but so circumscribed in time that it was impossible for...
I have duly recieved your favor of May 30. inclosing Mr. Ross’s accounts &c. I observe that...
The business of Congress has proceeded very slowly lately. Two interesting questions have so...
I enclose you the letter to Mr. Wythe. We arrived here safely last night in eight hours and a...
The delay of receiving the leave of absence I had asked from our government, has prevented my...
My last of July 10. acknoleged the receipt of your favors down to May 24. Patsy’s age requiring...
Your favor of Dec. 29. 1787. came to hand May 24. and that of April 4. on the 30th. of June. I...
Your favor of May 23. 1786. was not received till May 3. 1787. Those of 1786. Oct. 23, 1787. Mar....
The present is merely to inform you of the safe arrival of Polly in London, in good health. I...
Making a tour round the sea-ports of this country on matters of business, and meeting at this...