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By your Letter of the 15th. I find I did not make myself understood in my reply to your Letter...
After meeting with repeated disappointments I at length succeeded in getting the Hhd: of lime,...
I am placed under circumstances which make it proper I should inform you that Mr. Knapp of...
Imprest with respectfull Awe and the most profound esteem, I presume to approach your hand; not...
Friday’s mail brought me your favor of May 24. The letter from S. Bourne had previously reached...
Your favrs: 26th & 31st. passed—I recd 8th. Inst, and now inclose you, Mr Brands patent, for,...
Your favour of the 22d instant came Duly to hand. that part of the contents of which relative to...
Your Esteemed favr 5th. addressed to me at Washington (instead of this Place) did not reach me...
Interested as I am & every man in America must & ought to be, you must no doubt suppose I am...
I have an opputunity by the hands of Mr Jacob Kenney of Sending you forty pounds which is nearly...
Dr. Oliver a particular friend of mine from Massachusets. has requested me to apply to you for...
Le desir d’etre utile a mon Semblable m’avoit fait naitre l’idée de donner au public par la voie...
I recieved, more than two months ago, the copy of the “Appendix to the Notes on Virginia,” which...
I take the liberty of introducing the bearer Mr. Smith an acquaintance of mine from Bucks county....
It was so obvious that the most malignant spirit of slander and intrigue would be busy that,...
Yours by Mr Erwin was delivered by him, safe with the two letters inclosed. I forwarded them by...
After writing, and sealing the enclosed, your favour of the 18th. came to hand.—I am much pleased...
Your favor of the 19th is duly recd. If I do not meet with a waggon tomorrow I will send the...
I should before this have sent you Mr. Anthony’s receipt for the 28 bundles of nail-rod that are...
My last to you was from Richd. Your last to me is just recd. covering the Bill for drawing Jurors...
We contemplate putting to press an Edition of your Notes on Virginia, and printing at the end of...
I have to day received of the Treasurer of the James River company £160–15—as at foot, & which I...
The Bearer Mr. Polk is a Portrait Painter & a kinsman of Mr. Peale of Philada. He visits...
I wrote to you soon after my arrival in this City last May, but having received no answer, I...
I inclose my Thoughts on the subject you did me the honour to propose to me. Your own better...
You will observe by referring to my letter of the 18th. ultimo that I made a mistake of £10– in...
I am happy in being favored with yours of 18th—on Receipt of which, I opened the Box, and shall...
Since I had the honor of seeing you, I have conversed with the Secretary of the Treasury, from...
The sum I have been forc’d to advance on the subject of my last , will force me to draw on you...
Je profite d’une ocasion tres favorable pour vous faire parvenir ces lignes qui vous prouveront...
It is easier to concieve than express the sensations with which the sight of the preparations for...
I duly received your favour of the 10th. of last month, and communicated your desire to the...
I have the honor, by permission of the President, to enclose for your information &...
I now inclose for you a number of the Republican , along with the last number of the Examiner,...
Jas. Monroe’s best respects to Mr. Jefferson. He has lately been in Orange at Mr. Madisons, from...
I am informed by the Treasurer of the James River company that he is directed to make a further...
Jefferson. Jan. 23.—an abridgt. of that of Dec. 27. (see above)—except such parts are marked thus...
Je remets a Monsieur Richard qui part par le même Courrier que la presente, Votre montre...
After a long suspension of our correspondence, I take occasion of resuming it by enclosing to you...
The Amicable disposition of the Gouvernement of france are realy favorable to the interest of the...
We have before us your very esteemed favors of 30 April and 1 May. You have greatly obliged us by...
Yesterday Mr. Van Benthuysen handed me your obliging letter . Govr. Fenner is principally...
This letter will inclose a few pages of the second part of The Prospect. They contain nothing but...
We have been favoured within a few days past with a visit from Patsy and Mr. Randolph which has...
George Keith Taylor sent to me a letter written to him by Caleb Lownes , in which that benevolent...
At a moment when called by the voice of a nation to its highest station congratulations flow to...
Having removed to some distance from Mr: Martin’s, his consideration of your letter of the 6th....
Your favor 2d: received Yesterday, advise, your having drawn on me for $330: at 10 days on Mr....
The friendly manner in which you received my late communication induces me to resume the...
I beg you to lay before the Senate this acknowlegement of my having received an authenticated...