Paris, 4 Feby 1808.
I have the honor of presenting you a Copy of the analysis of the Labors of the Institute, By Cuvier and Delambre. In December last, I transmitted to you, by Mr Sands of New York, Peersons’ Synopsis Plantarum, 2 vol. accompanied with a Copy of my Translation of the Eulogium of Marcus Aurelius, by Thomas, which I took the liberty of inscribing to you.
I am, Sir, with great respect, your most obedt and humble Sert
D. B. Warden
[Note by TJ on verso:]
|authr||Maxime de Tyr.|
|himself||Cuvier’s eulogium of Priestley|
|machine for measurg. effort|
|Sylvestre||Agricultural transactns. by Revenge|
|Cuvier & Delambre’s Analysis of the works of the Institute|
|himself recd.||his transln of Thomas’s Eulog. of Marc. Aurel.|
|not recd.||Peerson’s Synopsis plantarum. 2.v. by mr Sands|
DLC: Papers of Thomas Jefferson.