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Thomas Watts one of the Justices of the Peace for this County having been charged as guilty of...
I received your favor by Mr. Clarke and thank you for your care of the great bone. If you will be...
This will be handed you by Mr. Strickland, a very respectable English gentleman who is travelling...
I have heretofore directed my letters for Poplar forest by the way of Lynchburg but find them...
Th: Jefferson having occasion to inclose some money to Hugh Chisolm at Poplar forest takes the...
I take the liberty of putting under the protection of your cover a letter to mr Griffin because...
Th: Jefferson will thank mr Steptoe to search his records for an entry of Richard Stith ,...
A matter of business calling my son in law, mr Randolph to Bedford , I take the occasion of...
Stith’s entry why lost? mr Steptoe ’s informn Bedford c ty erected in 1752 Ben Howard was clerk ,...
I brought with me Commissions for taking depositions in Scott’s suit against me for the Ivy creek...