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I should at all times be happy to see you here, but at this moment have a particular occasion to...
I see by the Enquirer of Dec. 24. that a petition has been presented to the legislature by the...
On the Subject of the writ of R ight , which we have been requested to issue, in Your name &...
I beg leave to introduce to your acquaintance M r John Fray. & William Wright of Madison, who...
I now inclose you the case of my grandson, Francis Eppes and will request your opinion at your...
Since I left Monticello, I have with great deliberation reflected upon the proposition which you...
I received with real affliction your favor of the 12 th and the more so as the condition proposed...
I have received your letter of the 21 st inst. and hasten to answer it, before my departure for...
In your favor of the 12 th inst. I observe an expression which did not strike me at the time, nor...
Having just returned from the Superior Court of Culpeper, I did not receive your letter of the 29...