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I received yesterday only (altho’ in a letter of the 9 th ) notice from the bank of the US. that...
Your favor of the 17 th came to hand yesterday, by which I percieve that mine of the 11 th and 17...
My letters from Monticello informing me of the President’s return, I lost no time in bringing...
Your letter of the 5 th finds me under the severst attack of rheumatism I have ever experienced....
I learnt yesterday from mr Gibson, with extreme regret that I had inadvertently let slip over the...
I have desired mr Brockenbrough to ask your advice as be the best means of remitting to mr...
Your favor of the 20 th is recieved, and the great accomodation at the Farmer’s bank warmly...
I thank you, Dear Sir, for your kind aid in my little money embarrasments. I found, on recieving...
Your favor of the 27 th is this moment recieved & I now inclose the notes it covered. On the...
M r Brockenborough, as you describe him, is exactly such a character as we greatly need for our...
Yours of the 25 th came to hand last night and I sincerely join with you in joy on the passage of...
The letter to mr Dandridge which you intrusted to me, I delivered the next morning to mr Hunter...
I recieved at this place, and yesterday only your favor of the 19 th . if it has not loitered on...
Your favor of Mar. 30. is at hand, and I so far avail myself of your friendship as to inclose you...
An old balance of account between the bankers of the US. in Amsterdam and myself, believed by us...
If I could refuse you any thing, it would be the request in your’s of the 9 th to submit to the...
I am detaining from the Philosophical society their copy of Col o Byrd ’s journal, until I can...
A considerable time ago I recieved from the Historical committee of the Philosophical society of...
I had made up a decision on the case of your Nephew, previous to the rect. of your favor of the...
I wrote to the Secretary of State on the subject of mr Arm i stead , and have recieved his...
I have duly recd. your letter of the 18th. inclosing a commission for me as one of the Visitors...
I learn that you have recieved D r Byrd ’s journal on the survey of our Southern boundary , from...
I am very happy in any opportunity of endeavorin g to be useful to one of mrs Norton ’s family,...
I have recd yours of the 30th. ult: It will afford me pleasure to promote your wishes on behalf...
I omitted to forward the inclosed. I know nothing of the writer but from the letter itself; and...
I duly received your letter of March 4. inclosing a Resolution of Feby. 22. by the General...
I have recd. yours of the 28. Apl. I have always regarded Mr. Latrobe as the first Architect in...
On the receipt of your letter, I made enquiry of Mr. Latrobe concerning the young French Engineer...
In my letter of the 2 d inst. I stated, according to your request what occurred to me on the...
The inclosed has just been handed to me from Mr. Latrobe. You will say to him what you think...
Your favor of Mar. 22. has been recieved. it finds me more laboriously, and imperiously engaged...
Your favor of the 16 th I received yesterday your favor of the 16 th inst. informing me that the...
As the outer letter may be to go into different hands I place in a separate one my thanks for...
I duly recieved your two favors of the 3. & 6 th . I was engaged in the moment in preparing some...
I have recd yours of the 28th. Ult. The wishes of your son & of yourself, that he might be appd....
Your favor of yesterday is this moment recieved and furnishes me matter of real regret: because...
I did not receive your favor of the 11th. instant till a few days ago; and I have till now been...
You took the trouble of reading my former letters to mr Eppes on the subject of our finances, and...
According to your request, I ruminated, as I journeyed here on your proposition for the...
On enquiry of mr Randolph I find his process for rolling his seed corn in plaister varies a...
I now inclose you the Agricultural catalogue . I do not know whether I have made it more or less...
I did not know, till mr Patterson called on us, a few days ago, that you had passed on to...
I am sorry to hear of your attack of rheumatism both on your own account & that of the public, &...
That the President ought to be authorized, in case either of the France or G. Britain shall so...
The idea I meant to express yesterday was "to repeal the embargo no matter how soon, as to all...
I always consider it as the most friendly office which can be rendered me, to be informed of any...
Your favor of the 18th. is duly recieved. be assured that I value no act of friendship so highly...
Th: Jefferson: presents his friendly salutations to mr Nicholas and incloses him a check on the...
You observed yesterday in conversation that the Feds say I have given them every thing from Gr....
Mr Isaac Briggs, of the adjoining state of Maryland, being desirous of employment in some part of...