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Having expected to have seen you in Virginia before this, I had not proposed the plan of your law...
As I think the learning French essential to the study of the law, I cannot help being anxious...
I inclose you a letter from Colo. Newton of Norfolk. will you be so good the first time you pass...
I was about this time to have remitted to you for Craven Peyton £40. it will not be in my power...
I was lately summoned as a witness in a case wherein mr Craven Peyton was a party, to appear on...
Th: Jefferson with his affectionate salutations to Mr. Carr, sends for his acceptance some books,...
I have recieved your letter, covering an order of J. Perry for £108.15. to be paid in May, and I...
On my arrival here I found some heavy bills drawn on me from Europe for wines & other supplies...
Mr Jefferson has heretofore obtained a judgment against Samuel Clarke of Staunton for a sum of...
I wrote some time ago to mr Barlow to ask the favor of him to lend me an instrument called a...