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Martha Jefferson Randolph to Jane H. Nicholas Randolph, 14 Aug. 1818

I detained Jem My Dear Jane in hopes Wormley would arrive in time for him to have some of a lamb I sent to Edgehill for this morning as he has not arrived I have had a quarter that was larded to braise wrapped up and such vegetables as our garden affords with orders to try and meet wormley and...

Margaret Nicholas to Jane H. Nicholas Randolph, 9–10 Dec. 1818

We arrived here last night evening about sun-set, we found the roads, ruff, and bad, as long as were in Albemarle, but afterwards, they were the greater part of the way very fine, we got to Mrs Tinsleys, by four Oclock, not in the least fatigued, my cholick soon evaparated, but poor Sall, had not...

Margaret Nicholas to Jane H. Nicholas Randolph, [ca. 1819]

You anticipated right, Polly did exclaim not a little when she arose, and saw your bonnets on the Table, your diapers in the Cradle, and your Bank notes on the floor. And your Mother did groan when she heard it. I fear my dear all your Economy will avail very little, whilst you retain this...

Margaret Nicholas to Jane H. Nicholas Randolph, [ca. 1819]

You anticipated right, Polly did exclaim not a little when she arose, and saw your bonnets on the Table, your diapers in the Cradle, and your Bank notes on the floor. And your Mother did groan when she heard it. I fear my dear all your Economy will avail very little, whilst you retain this...

Ellen W. Randolph Coolidge to Jane H. Nicholas Randolph, 4 Mar. [1819?]

We arrived safe with your little Pat my dearest Jane, yesterday evening, in time for her grandfather to see her with all the advantage of day-light although she made a most ungracious return for his civilities— We were detained at Carysbrook on monday by the snow, & we were almost afraid to...

Thomas Jefferson Randolph to Jane H. Nicholas Randolph, 15 Jan. 1820

Phil goes up to morrow on some business of the Coll and I can not miss the opportunity of writing since you complain in your letters to the girls that I have not written. to when you wrote you had not recieved the letter I wrote by Wilson. I returned last night from Wmsburg and am mortified to...

Thomas Jefferson Randolph to Jane H. Nicholas Randolph, 15 Jan. 1820

Phil goes up to morrow on some business of the Coll and I can not miss the opportunity of writing since you complain in your letters to the girls that I have not written. to when you wrote you had not recieved the letter I wrote by Wilson. I returned last night from Wmsburg and am mortified to...

Martha Jefferson Randolph to Jane H. Nicholas Randolph, 5 Feb. 1827

I wrote to Cornelia out of turn dear Jane because it was a letter of business in which she was so much more concerned that you could possibly be, that not to treat You as Mary did Ellen, and merely make you the Organ of a business in transactions in which you have not concern but through your...

Ellen W. Randolph Coolidge to Jane H. Nicholas Randolph, 17 May 1843

I write to you, dearest Jane, a little before the time; as the Steamer leaves England not before the first of next month and I usually allow not more than a week for my letter to reach Liverpool, but if I do not write now I may have to wait five or six weeks, as I am going to a place pretty much...