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I have a letter from M r Coffee stating his prices for the ornaments for the Corinthian cornice...
I hope this fav r may find you well and in Good hellth we begin to tin the west side of the house...
I have the pleasure to enclose you a catalogue of the books contained in the box I last opened;...
The Supreme the sovereign Lord of Heaven and earth and of all things thereunto appertaining has...
As directed by Col o Randolph I am to enclose a letter for him, which it is important he should...
Aussitôt après avoir imprimé mon ouvrage La Decouverte des sources du Mississipi etc., à la...
Col o Wallace my son, now on his way to Staunton, being a delegate to the proposed convention,...
Permit me to introduce to your acquaintance D r Gunnell, formerly of Virginia, but now a resident...
An abscess, occasioned by the rays of the Sun powerfully heating my Saddle, has prevented me from...
I write to you on a subject which I am sure will give you pleasure—A gentleman has requested me...
You will observe that I Date my Letter from Nassau Street, truly Republican ground, where we...
This will be delivered to you. by my friend Mr. Robert G. Scott, a member of the Privy council,...
( Private ) I fear you will think me your greatest & most constant pest in your old age, It...
My Nephew John Z. Coalter, who is on a visit to me during the vacation of S. Carolina Columbia...
I have sent by the Schooner Virginia, Capt. Otis, a Box containing a plaister Bust of Mr. Adams,...
I am requested by the Proctor, to inform you that there is a box here sent from Co l Peyton; it...
This Letter will Be delivered By M. de Syon a Good Young French man who was acquainted with us in...
My friends Colo Tennant, a distinguished merchant of Baltimore, and his son in law, M r Kennedy,...
You will find in the inclos’d letter, my account current for the Capitals & c & c balance due me,...
My last letter of the 22 nd of June, was Sent by the Brig Tamworth, Capt. Hamor, for Boston.—by...
Thomas Jefferson esq. of Virg a To Tho s Appleton of Leghorn—D r 1825 Dollars June To amount of...
I feel a strong conviction that it is necessary I should make this endeavour to counteract the...
Though not Known to you except by a letter from D r Mitchill of N. York which I enclosed to you...
I have had the honor duly to receive your much esteemed favor of the 2 d inst. , which has caused...
I had the honor duly to receive Your interesting letter, in further illustration of Your views,...
The form of the Earth having been ascertained by various experiments in Europe and South America,...
I sent you by the last mail an herb, which, as had been represented to me by Mr Buckner, had been...
Yours of the 2 d has been rec d covering blank notes for the renewal of yours at the Banks which...
I seize the first leisure time since my return (for I tarried more than a week in New York with...
It was stated in one of our Baltimore Papers a few weeks since, that my work on Political Economy...