Thomas Jefferson Papers

To Thomas Jefferson from Federick Winslow Hatch, 9 May 1823


Dear Sir

It seems to be my duty to suspend for a few days the operations of my little School in order to attend the Convention.

We shall lose about eight days which I shall require to be return’d by a deduction from the period of vacation shd I give any—Lewis’ progress is as usual, rapid—Benjn is improving very fast & James has surmounted the greatest obstacles that oppos’d his improvement in Greek. In a few months I hope you will have it in your power to hear these boys in their Latin with satisfaction to yourself—

I am, dear Sir, Very respecty & affecty Yours

F W Hatch


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