Thomas Jefferson Papers

To Thomas Jefferson from William F. Gray, 24 February 1825

Fredericksburg Feb. 24. 1825


Enclosed I hand you copy of my acct. against you, which would have been rendered sooner, but for an intention of visiting Charlottesville & presenting it in person, which has been continually entertained and continually prevented by circumstances, during the past year.—You will now oblige me by remitting the Amt. per mail, at your convenience.

The Reviews have been furnished to you during the past year, by Mr E. D. Withers.—I have again become agent for them, & will forward them to you in future. By this mail you will receive the North American Review for January. No. 81 of the Edinburg Review, has been recd from England by the American publishers, and will soon be ready for the subscribers. If there are any nos. of either of those works, previous to the above nos. that you have not recd please to send me a Memo of them & I will forward them to you.—

I also take the liberty of enclosing to you a prospectus of Motte-Breem’s work on Geography, which has no doubt already attracted your attention. I should be glad to have your order for a copy of it.

very respectfully Your obt. Sert.

W. F. Gray

DLC: Papers of Thomas Jefferson.

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