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Your letter of aug. the 6 th arrived here when my house was filled with my own and M rs Eppes ’s...
Your friendly letter of the 4th instant I received yesterday—I should earlier have written to you...
I enclose to you a letter from Colo: Bently of Virginia —You will find among your papers another...
I am sorrey to be obliged to claim payment of the small bala n ce due me for interest—you will...
I met with Doct r Flood at Buckingham court house on the second monday of the present month. From...
I received in due time the letter forwarded from Floods — I regret that my letter contained any...
We left Mont-Blanco on the 23d. of last month and expected by this time to have been safely...
From the want of time your last letter received a few days before I left Richmond was not...
I enclose under cover to you a note for my little boy —I am delighted to hear that he gives you...
I found on my return to Eppington on the 17th. of august your letter of the 4th. of June—It...
Since my visit to Monticello I have written to you frequently and although I do not know it I...
Your letter of the 29 th of July was received by the last mail—I am highly gratified at the...
I have just time while enclosing a Letter from Maria to acknowledge the reciept of your letter of...
The unpromising appearance of the weather prevented my leaving home until the third instant—I...
I regret that I was not at home when your servant returned with Francis — It was so late when my...
I left Maria yesterday. She is now in a fair way for regaining her health. She rides every day on...
Un certain where a letter might find you I have delayed until the present time returning an...
Your letter of the 12th. of May arrived here while Maria and myself were on a visit to my Sister...
I postponed writing by the last post from a hope that a cough with which our little infant had...
Francis has been detained in consequence of the severe indisposition of two of my children—They...
The various rumours which have reached us as to the state of your health have been such as to...
Your letter of the 3d. reached us last Evening—The one enclosing a letter to Mr. Anderson was not...
We have been favoured within a few days past with a visit from Patsy and Mr. Randolph which has...
I have postponed writing until I could give you some information as to the horses—I have engaged...
Tracy ’s Political Economy & your Report on the University (which you were so good as to forward)...
circumstances on which I shall not dwell have prevented my writing to you for some time—I have...
I have been looking with great anxiety for some time for a letter from you—My own situation has...
your letter from Poplar Forrest arrived here while I was absent on a trip to Eppington and...
I forwarded to you a few days since a letter from Maria —My Father who is now in Town left her...
Your letter arrived here while I was absent on a short visit to my sister Lane the management of...
We reached Eppington safely on the third day from Monticello and this place two days afterwards....
The badness of the roads prevented our reaching Millers last Evening. We arrived here at an early...
Your letter of the 24 th of June has been received and read with great pleasure—If the war...
I have attended to day the trial of a warrant against Callender & Pace under the act of assembly...
Our little one continues in good health and I feel no apprehensions about Maria. The hardness in...
On Tuesday last I met Mr. Crump. His horse was the last chance for matching Castor—I found him...
Our trip has been delayed so far beyond my expectations that I am induced again to write fearing...
My poor Mary is still confined—She is well enough to pass to an adjoining room but has not yet...
I am happy to inform you that my little ones are in fine health again. Francis has recovered...
My being uncertain whether you had returned from Bedford prevented my writing before I left...
I have directed Martin to remain at Monticello until he learns to Turn—He will be able to get the...
To avoid the difficulties, which must ever attend personal applications, on subjects important...
My poor Mary still continues to suffer much from her right breast—It has broke in four or five...
Knowing how anxious you would be as to Maria I have written you a few lines by every post since...
We received last Evening three letters from you—One to Maria & two to myself—I have been kept in...
I have it now in my power to inform you that all obstacles to my happiness are removed, and that...
My being absent on a trip to the Hundred on the arrival of your letter has occasioned...
On my return here from Bermuda-Hundred I found your last letter & as an opportunity to Petersburg...
Since my note to you from the wharf at the Hundred I have been in daily expectation of having it...
We were much gratified in hearing of the health of yourself and all around you—You will receive...