Thomas Jefferson Papers

From Thomas Jefferson to Robley Dunglison, 18 March 1826

Monticello Mar. 18. 26.

I send you the rough draught for the Dispensary with the amendments formerly proposed by you, to recieve any others you may think proper to be added. I will then put it into form and lay it before the Visitors.

You mentioned the other day that a catalogue had been delivered to me of the Periodicals which the Professors would wish to have procured annually. is the inclosed paper the one alluded to? I find no other in my possession answering the description. this, if the true one, or any other now to be supplied, shall in like manner be communicated to [. . .]ard, and will doubtless be order. friendly and respectful [. . .]ations


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