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Monticello, 30 Sep. 1781 . This letter is identical in substance with TJ’s letter to Thomas...
MS not found. Printed from facsimile in WSS ’s hand in Magazine of American History, with Notes...
One among our many follies Was calling in for Steaks at Dolly’s Whereby we’ve lost—& feel like...
I hope your Friendship will induce you to excuse the Trouble I give you in negotiating a little...
Your favor of Octob. 1. covering the letter and bill to Captn. Capitaine did not come to my hands...
The inclosed having by some accident been mislaid among my papers it is not till now that I am...
I was happy that even the troublesome Affair of Capitaine brought me a Letter from you. I have...
Almost as soon as I saw you advertized in a New York News Paper your Return was announced in one...
I should sooner have answered your kind note, my dear Sir, but that I had hoped to meet you the...
I waited on you in Consequence of percieving that I am appointed District Judge for this...