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I avail myself of that acquaintance which it is my happiness to enjoy to address to you a letter...
Your favor on the subject of Colo. Monroe’s mission came to hand the day before yesterday. I had,...
When I came into my present office you were so kind as to offer your aid as secretary to it; but...
I take the earliest opportunity of answering your favour of the 28th of February. The experience...
Your favor is duly recieved and I am happy to learn that it will be convenient for you my...
Since my return to this place I have been in the daily expectation that the stage of the day...
The motives explained to you in my letter of April 22. have induced me to [meet] for myself the...
The business which you did me the honor to confide to my managemement relative to Mazzeis claim...
Your favor of Feb. 24. was recieved in due time, and I have consulted mr Smith on the subject of...
Th: Jefferson, according to promise, incloses to mr Harvie the letters desired. that to mr Mazzei...