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Mr Sullivan who will have the pleasure to present you this letter, intending to visit the upper...
I intended to have called on you to day, and had actually set out, but have been compelld to...
Mr Owen intending from motives of respect to pay to you & Mr Madison, a visit, has requested of...
The enclosed letter from M r Go relating to a subject interesting to you, and your family, I...
Having lately rec d an intimation that an herb which I now send you, would be useful to you. I...
I have decided to comply with your summons, and shall be with you at the time appointed. RC ( MHi...
I regret that it will not be in my power to dine with you to day—Judge Nelson is with me & I...
It will afford me great pleasure to sit for the artist, mentiond, in yours, just received, & to...
I enclose you, the latest account, which I have rec d of the affairs of spain, and of the...
I have executed an important, but painful duty with mr Goodwyn, & am on the point of setting out...
Your letter of the 13. ult o found me at the Shannondale spring, to which I had carried my family...
M r Lawrance & M r Jones, two young gentlemen of New York, lately presented to me by M r Sandford...
I have lately heard with much pleasure of your return in good health to monticello, to which...
I receivd with great pleasure your favor of the 29 of march, with a copy of one which you had...
J. M ’s best respects to mr Jefferson . He has the pleasure to send, for his perusal, a late...
I send you by this days mail, the documents of greatest interest, which have been presented to...
Hearing that mr Webster & mr Ticknor will call on you, and indeed that their visit is principally...
I mentiond in a letter which I lately wrote to you, that I had seen in a paper from Richmond, a...
A man of whom I heard you speak lately, as a gardener, to whom you had rented some land below me,...
We are still destind to have further trouble with Spain. It was hoped, that the minister lately...
We have all been very much distressd, of the accounts recently receivd, of the misfortune you...
It was my intention to have called on you this evening, and to have presented in person M r...
General La Fayette left this for York, on saturday, and is I presume, now, near his post of...
It was my intention, as it was my desire, to have communicated to the committee no part of your...
Major General Brown, who commands the northern division of our army, will have the pleasure to...
I now forward to you a copy of the message, more legible than that which sent by the last mail. I...
The committee to whom the business was committed, have recently made a report on my claims, a...
James Monroe ’s best respects to M r Jefferson — The enclosed communication from Com: Chauncey ,...
I came home yesterday, & should have called at Monticello this morning, but for an injury I...
I deeply regret to have been compelled, as you will see by the gazettes, to advertise my lands in...