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The following course of classical education is proposed by M r S. for the Charlottesville Academy...
The following regulations are respectfully proposed by M r S: to Thomas Jefferson Esq r for the...
The friendship of D r Cooper enables me to take the liberty of informing you that I purpose to...
The desire of discharging my duty towards you and the infant establishment under my care induces...
A severe spell of rheumatism has rendered me unable to answer letters with punctuality: this has...
I am extremely sorry it is not in my power to accept your friendly invitation; my habits have...
From the enclosed you may infer my fixed opinion on the subject of yesterday’s interview. No...
To your letter of Sunday last , explaining your propensities for retirement, I will answer in the...
I beg leave to remind you that about eleven months ago I handed you a letter which was given to...
Th: Jefferson presents his compliments to mr Stack & returns with pleasure the introductory...