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Know all men by these presents that I Thomas Jefferson of the county of Albemarle do hereby sell...
I duly received your letter by Mr. Chisholm . The difficulty of the saw mills in sawing longer...
Your letter of the 27 th Jan. came to hand last night, and this morning I have written to mr...
Being desirous that Gill ’s waggon should go with Dick ’s, and having a job of hauling of corn...
Dick , Solomon and Philip are permitted to go and see their friends, and in returning will help...
M r Goodman’s crop for the next year 1814. will be as follows. Corn in M c Daniel’s field; but as...
Hercules arrived here on the 22 d having been discharged from Buckingham jail on the 20 th where...
The unexpected difficulty of getting water to my saw mill and threshing machine has made it...
I avail myself of the few minutes mr Burwell stops here, to drop you a line by him. on reciept of...
your letter of Jan. 12. never reached me till the day before yesterday. the ram of Merino blood...
Be pleased to deliver to mr Samuel J. Harrison my crop of tobacco of the last year now on hand,...
Dick & the others arrived here the day before yesterday (Wednesday) he lost one of his hogs...
all the plank necessary for finishing mr Perry’s work must be got & kilndried with as little...
I wrote to you on the 10 th by post, requesting that you would make the necessary preparation for...
A fall which I got from my horse a fortnight ago by the breaking of a girth, & by which I have...
Jame Hubbard delivered your letter of the 30 th some days ago and proposes to set out on his...
Mem m for mr Goodman . as soon as the green swerd seed is ripe, have som e gathered by the negro...
Our distress on the article of hauling obliges me to send for the yoke of steers which were to...
I have just recieved a letter from Maj r Flood informing me that his neighbor M r Duval will...
1811. Dec. The crop of the Tomahawk plantation for 1812. Corn, oats & peas. the Shop field
The people arrived here on the evening of Saturday the 28 th with every thing well except 1. hog...