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It occurred to me after leaving Poplar forest that there ought to be some more doors of...
I thought proper to inform you of my progress Made hear sence I see you, the walls are all Leavel...
I recieved last night your letter of the 1st. inst. and now inclose you 30. D. your order in...
I now rite you to inform you how I am situateid in my work. I am at this Time idle for the want...
I arrived here yesterday, having been detained at Washington longer than I expected by the...
I have made a purches of a negro Boy for which I give three hundred and sixty dollars for, and...
I have made a purches for the amount one hundred pounds, for which you will please to write By...
Your letter of Nov. 17. did not come to hand till the last weeks post, & that of Dec. 4. came...
As I am anxious to get my South pavilion done early in Spring, and see no likelihood of procuring...
we have got the earth turn up the second time for the Bricks, and am now prpare the yard to dry...