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Under the constant hope of an early departure for Bedford , I have been hitherto detained by the...
An unexpected call from my friends has rendered it necessary for me to leave this neighbourhood...
You will receive from the bearer of this note the books, whose names are subjoined.— I have read...
W. Rives offers his most respectful compliments to Mr. Jefferson, & informs him that he is at...
Since I had the pleasure of being at Monticello , the unsettled state of my health has totally...
Company & particular occupations have prevented my sooner acknoleging the reciept of your letter...
I present to you mr Rives , the bearer of this, an eleve of mine in law and politics. he is able,...
I present to you mr Rives , an eleve of mine in law and politics: honest, able, learned, & true...
The bearer mr Rives , the son of one of our wealthiest citizens and of the neighboring county of...
This will be handed you by mr Rives a young gentleman of this state and my neighborhood. he is an...