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Williamsburgh, 19 Aug. 1778 . Critical discussion of TJ’s “Observations on the late Eclipse” as...
The inclosed my dear Sir accept as from me. The Commission of Colr. of Petersbg. I this day...
At the request of President Madison I now transmit to you the Certificate which you had requested...
In compliance with the inclosed advice of the Council I have to request that the Sums paid by...
I am greatly obliged to you for the repetition of your kind offer, contained in your Letter from...
Accept my sincere thanks for your repeated acts of kindness towards me, & for the offer you make...
I left Wmsburg the first day that the weather & my little Son’s state of health would permit, &...
I have to acknowledge the Receipt of your highly flattering & friendly Letter , & to return as I...
I would have waited on you to congratulate you on your Appointment yesterday had I not been under...
I have often mentioned to you My Intention of resigning my Seat at the Council Board, on Account...
Having this Moment heard that Mr. Harvey intends to set out tomorrow morning to Monticello, I...
I have heard of your Loss [and] heartily condole with you, but am much pleased with the...
I return you many thanks for your favor of the 25th. ultmo. The Account of Louisiana is highly...
I had not the Pleasure of receiving your Letter till I was setting out on my Journey to...
Your favor of the 26th. ultimo came to hand yesterday. Mrs. Page & myself are infinitely obliged...
A Shock of Vertigo, one of a series of its Attacks which I have sustained since the middle of Apl...
I have at length taken up my Note. The manner of doing it (as I was disappointed in my...
I am infinitely obliged to you and do promise on my sacred word that you shall not be called at...
I take the Liberty of introducing to you Mr. George Newton a Son of my old Friend Col. Newton of...
I thank you my dear Friend for your Letter & the Pamphlets inclosed. I see clearly through the...
I have just Time to inclose you a Copy of General Lee’s Letter written the Day after the...
Pardon my tardy acknowledgment of the receipt of your letter of the 27th. December, and accept my...
I wish you would use your Interest in behalf of Dr. McClurg. He offers his Service as Physician...
I have this day sent to the General Assembly your letter and the copy of an Article of Amendment...
In compliance with the advice of council contained in the inclosed extract from their journals I...
Your Favour my dear Friend of the 25th. ulto. has been too long before me, not to require an...
As I had promised Mr. Randolph, when he delivered your friendly message, that I would be at...
In consequence of the information given in a letter from Mr. Moore of which an extract was...
On the night of the 17th. I received your Favor of the 20th. Ultimo & 9th. instant, & hastened to...
I have this moment received the inclosed ratification of the amendment to the Constitution of the...
I had for some time past intended to request that you would be pleased to place on your list of...
I received your truely friendly Letter & was determined to set out yesterday, following the...
As I think it of Consequence that the Gentleman recommended should as speedily as possible...
On the receipt of the Attorneys letter, written in consequence of the transmission to him of the...
Accept my best Thanks my dear & much respected Friend for your favor of the 17th. instant. I have...
Your favor of the 10th. instant has been received and laid before the council who being of...
I beg your pardon, for delaying so long, my acknowledgments of the favor conferred on me, by your...
I am sure I need not take up a Moment of your Time to tell you how much you have obliged me by...
My long Absence from hence, occasioned by Sickness which prevented my return, & the Post-master’s...
I am unhappy and ashamed to be again under the Necessity of troubling you in the Manner I did the...
The inclosed is such a Note, as with your Name on the Back of it (generally written across) will...
The particular Attention paid by the Executive to my Recommendations, and Informations could not...
I have the honor to inclose to you a Copy of a letter from the coroner of the County of Norfolk,...
Pardon my dear Sir, my late acknowledgment of the receipt of your favor covering Mr. Robertson’s...
I take the Liberty of introducing to your acquaintance and Civilities the Honorable Captain John...
I believe the Board had no Intention of removing the Convention Troops till you return; and wish...
Last night your favor of the 17th. instant from Monticello inclosing the Commission for Mr....
I return you many Thanks for your Letter and much valued Packet by Col. Le Maire. I am the more...
As, by the Neglect of our Commissioners, The Assessment has not yet been returned we have been...
I received last night your letter of February 1803, to the Governor of Virginia, written in...