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I recieved yesterday a letter from mr Wickham informing me that Edward Livingston had by letter...
I called the day after the rec t of your letter on m r Jefferson and made the offer of y r...
I inclose you a letter just recieved from mr Rodney in answer to one I had written him requesting...
Your favor of July 20. was recieved on the 24 th . your conjecture is right that the plank E t c...
My statement of Livingston’s case has been submitted to the President , M r Smith & mr Gallatin ,...
Your favor was recieved by the last post, and I now inclose you my statement in the case of the...
I left this place on the 27 th of January for Bedford from whence I did not get back till...
It is sometime since I recieved from mr Tazewell a letter in which he says ‘I presume it will be...
In a former letter I promised a list of the books quoted & possessed by me, & of those quoted but...
M r Bolling Robertson proposing to return shortly to N. Orleans to resume the practice of the law...
On my return after an absence of 6. weeks in Bedford I find here your favor of the 5 th informing...
Livingston’s suit having gone off on the plea to the jurisdiction, it’s foundation remains of...
Yours of the 21 st is recieved. I am very sensible of the kindness of the motives on which you...
The suit of Samuel Scott of Campbell against Harrison and myself, altho without palpably...
This Postscript to my letter of the 13 th is occasioned by my discovering, on turning to...
The inclosed letter I presume is from the Commissioners for taking depositions in my suit with...
Th: Jefferson presents his friendly respects to mr Hay and incloses him an order on Gibson &...
You may remember the case of Peyton & Henderson in the courts of Chancery & Appeals , in which...
Congress having concluded to replace by my library the one which they lost by British Vandalism,...