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M. Bacon & C. Peyton have bargained for all the corn C. Peyton may have to sell—except about...
William Ballard engages himself to serve Thomas Jefferson as an overseer at his place called...
Thomas Jefferson Esq. o To Mutual A. Society D r 389 For Quota due 1811 12. 84
You had a right to expect to hear from me ere this on the su b ject of a paiment. but I am one...
In a letter from mr Paul Allen of Philadelphia , I was informed that other business had obliged...
Being so much more within writing distance here than at Monticello , and with time freer from...
I should not so soon have troubled you with a reply to your friendly favor of Mar. 15. but for...
Your’s is recieved by Squire , and the girl begins this morning the first necessary branch, which...
Your favors of Mar. 9. and 23. are both safely recieved and I shall with pleasure write to the...
I was so unlucky as to write you a long letter of business , when, as I learned soon afterwards,...
M r Goodman’s crop for the next year 1814. will be as follows. Corn in M c Daniel’s field; but as...
I recieved your former favor stating the prices of mill work, and finding that mr Brown’s bill...
Your letter of yesterday found me unprovided with the sum you desired; but I have been able to...
Your favor of the 1 st inst. is recieved, and I will now ask the favor of you to procure for me...
Since my letter of June 27. I am in your debt for many; all of which I have read with infinite...
I think you cannot be unacquainted with old mr Strode of the county adjoining to yours, with his...
I inclose you the letters on finance, for perusal. I had not an opportunity of proposing the...
I duly recieved your favor of June 25 th . I had before heard of the unfortunate turn of your...
By the help of your survey , I am now enabled to lay off my fields to my mind. but there are 3....
The sum I owe you is between five hundred and forty or fifty Dollars. I have this day written to...
I am really very thankful to you for the patience with which you have waited for the paiment I...
I have just recieved from Gen l Kosciuzko a duplicate of his letter of May 30. to which he adds...
Ἴδαν ἐς πολύδενδρον ἀνὴρ ὑλητόμος ἐλθὼν, Παπταίνει, παρέοντος ἄδην, ποθεν ἄρξεται ἔργου· Τί...
Th: Jefferson presents his respects to mr Derieux , and incloses him a letter he has lately...
Our spinning machine is in operation, and a piece of cloth is begun with the flying shuttle,...
The enemy, contrary to expectations, still continuing in our waters and indicating by no movement...
M r Edmund Randolph’s indisposition has probably prevented as yet his attendance at his court to...
I have duly recieved your favor of Sep. 18. and I percieve in it the same spirit of peace which I...
I originally employed you to build my saw mill having confidence in your work & prices. when it...
I turn with great reluctance from the functions of a private citizen to matters of state. the...