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I hope you are well, it gives me great pleasure to be able to write to you I have been through my...
I am very happy to find that two of you can write . I shall now expect that whenever it is...
I have to acknowledge the receipt of your letter of the 3d , my dear Jefferson, and to...
We have been expecting the measles but have escaped it as yet. Virginia has learnt to speak very...
I was at Monticello yesterday and Mr. Dinsmore had almost finished the cornice in the hall and...
Baltimore. call on mr P. Williamson Market street No. 72. and pay him for a dozen steel pen...
I inclose you a letter from Ellen, which, I presume, will inform you that all are well at...
My letter of the 24th. will have answered your enquiries about the family at Edgehill, as yours...
I inclose you a letter which came to me under cover of one from your mama. it was accompanied by...
I am very sorry your watch was not ready to send by Drs Porter or Michiell as Voight had not...