Philada May 20th 1820.
My last letter to you was written & forwarded on the 1st of April, it has been delayed by the fault of some of the Post Offices.
The Potter’s Euripides, I offered to you, was the Only one in the city, & is, as well as Woodhull’s, bound Calf extra, which is the cause of their high prices.
I shall have in September or October next Potter’s Euripides in boards, & will be able to afford it at $6.75/100
I have purchased for you, & send by this day’s mail, the Aschyllus Gr. & lat. 18o bound in Calf, I mentioned in my preceding letter. the Price of it is $0.75—
DLC: Papers of Thomas Jefferson.