Monto Apr. 3. 24.
I thank you, Sir, for the kindness with which you have been so as to attend to my request of Mar. 12. the general view you give me, presents the difficulties we to encounter in obtaining what may be proper and useful in our medical school and the caution necessary to be observed in their acquisition. I infer that it will be best to set out with a few of the most necessary articles and trust to experience and time for adding to them. with my thanks for your kindness be pleased to accept the assurance of my great respect & esteem
DLC: Papers of Thomas Jefferson.