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Your favor of the 1 st inst. is recieved, and I will now ask the favor of you to procure for me...
The watch had arrived safe and was entirely approved. I should have acknoleged it, but expected...
Doct r Patterson informs me that the time piece you have been so kind as to make for me, is now...
On my return from a journey after an absence of 3. weeks I found here mr Patterson’s letter of...
Your favor of Mar. 27. came during my absence on a journey of some length. it covered your ‘...
I recieved your former favor stating the prices of mill work, and finding that mr Brown’s bill...
I originally employed you to build my saw mill having confidence in your work & prices. when it...
Your letter of the 3 d has been duly recieved. that of mr Eppes had before come to hand, covering...
Th: Jefferson presents his friendly respects to mr Wirt , and incloses him an order on Gibson &...
I recieved your favor of June 29. by mr Correa , it’s bearer. I found him what you had described...
The inclosed letter from mr Brackenridge on the subject of the mounds & remains of fortifications...
Your favor of the 16 th is put into my hand in the moment I was getting into my carriage to set...
I return your subscription paper with my name willingly placed on it. I have said for one year ,...
I am living retired in the mountains of Virginia , & so far removed from any seaport, that I...
In the name of God Amen. I Anne S. Marks late of the county of Louisa , now of Albemarle , being...
To the worshipful the County Court of Albemarle Setting in Chancery, the bill of Complaint of...
William Ballard engages himself to serve Thomas Jefferson as an overseer at his place called...
M. Bacon & C. Peyton have bargained for all the corn C. Peyton may have to sell—except about...
Thomas Jefferson Esq. o To Mutual A. Society D r 389 For Quota due 1811 12. 84
Poplar Forest. Grown persons plains homespun shirting Children woolen homesp. shirt g Hall. ✓ 3 ✓...
This Indenture this seventeenth day of May in the year one thousand eight hundred and thirteen...
A bill to amend the act intituled an act incorporating a company to open E t c the Rivanna river...