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I have received and read with pleasure, and with gratitude the Circular letter, and the Memorial...
Since my solicitation of July 22. at your request the ground on which I stand is entirely...
I received some days ago from Mr. Hylton, the gentleman who forwarded my tobacco to me, the...
On considering the plan of your house, I find it will make considerable odds to me that in the...
I propose in two or three days to make a short excursion home to make some arrangements...
I must ask of you a note for 200 dollars in such form as may be negociated at the bank. The marks...
A journey soon after the reciept of your favor of April 17. and an absence from home of some...
Your favors of Oct. 9. & 16. came to hand in due time, as has done that also of Nov. 26. in the...
Your favors of June 3. were duly recieved. I made the last year but little tobacco, and my...
Proposing to leave this for Virginia on Thursday or Friday at farthest I have this morning been...
I am much indebted to you for the trouble you have been so good as to take with messrs. Jackson &...
I am really done, my friend, with Politics, notwthstg the doubts you express in your favor of...
My tobacco arrived here yesterday by the Linnet Capt. Weymouth, whom I will direct to deliver it...
On my late return from Bedford I found here your three favors of May 9. 13. and [blank] the...
This will be handed you by mr a student of medicine of this neighborhood who goes to Philada to...
I have received your favor of yesterday and cannot but think you will retire from the proposition...
Capt. Stratton arrived last night with the 4. hhds. of tobo. for which I gave you the bill of...
Your favor of the 14 th was rec d yesterday Your son in law, the son of D r Patterson the elder...
Your favor of Nov. is recieved. my crop of tobacco of the last year’s growth was sold in April....
I am subject to a Corvée of a very painful nature which I resist whenever it is possible, but in...
Your favor of the 19 th is recieved, and I percieve I have been taken in, and it is not for the...
I have determined to agree to give you 250£. for your house and tenement in my possession as...
I have made a statement of our account for the last tobacco as herein inclosed, which corresponds...
This is merely a private letter, intended for yourself individually. if I have not answered the...
I was in hopes Capt Stratton would have brought the 6. hhds. of my tobo. which still remain at...
I pray you to consider this letter so confidential as not to be hinted even, to your most...
I recieved by yesterday’s post a letter from the gentleman who was to have come on himself and...
I had hoped, when I retired from the business of the world, that I should have been permitted to...
Your letter of the 23d. should have been sooner answered had it been in my power. but it is of...
On bringing together my accounts before my departure I find I have occasion for about 50. or 100....
According to an arrangement with Mr. Wilson , who was to succeed me in your house, I have...
M r George Lieper your son has informed you that in his passage thro’ the neighboring county of...
I shipped to a person in London, some time before the war, 4 hhds. of my Albemarle tobacco. No...
A circumstance has arisen in Philadelphia in which I must ask your friendly aid, because nobody...
Th: Jefferson presents his compliments to Mr. Lieper and, according to the conditions of his...
Be assured, dear Sir, that the reasons which put it out of my power to interfere in behalf of mr...
I recieved your favor of Apr. 22. a little before I was to leave Washington, much engaged with...
Your letter of the 15th. was duly recieved, and before that Tower’s book, which you had been so...
The day I left Philadelphia, I went for the first time up into the book-room which Mr. Carstairs...
Not doubting but that the judgment formed by Mr. Strawbridge and yourself of the value of my...