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I am disappointed hitherto in every attempt to get ordained. The Commissary wrote against me in...
I wrote you a line from Wmsburgh last October; but lest that may have miscarried I take this...
Though I have wrote you and Mr. Walker twice, yet I am at a loss to know whether any of my...
I consider it as one of the characteristic blessings of Republicanism that it disentangles man...
I am this moment apprised that it is probable you will pass thro’ Stevensburg on the 15th. Inst:...
I take the liberty of requesting your attention to an Address to the Inhabitants of the City of...
Every person in Virginia fond of reading, & those, more especially, who have cultivated a taste...
Your favor of the 26th. came to hand yesterday. I had understood that mr Randolph had directed...
Th: Jefferson presents his friendly salutations to mr Ogilvie, & asks his acceptance of an...
As mr Randolph might possibly be from home, & the inclosed in that case be opened by my daughter,...