In his private character Chancellor Wythe was amiable, modest, charitable and humane.
He chose the law and began his training under the direction of Mr. Wythe.
Messrs. Nelson, Wythe, and Lee are chosen, and are here in the stead of the other three.
In this doctrine, however, I have never been able to get any one to agree with me but Mr. Wythe.
The next year a county was cut from Montgomery and named Wythe.
“The older they are, the less trouble they are,” said Wythe.
This last was the opinion of Mr. Wythe, Mr. Mason, and myself.
Colonel Mason, and the learned and able Wythe, I saw now for the first time.
I think Mr. Wythe had promised to read something to Mrs. Blackburn.
As the new century, 1800, came in, Tazewell was formed from Wythe and Russell counties.