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From Thomas Boylston Adams to William Smith Shaw, 20 January 1801

20th: Jany 1801.

Dear William

Mr: Israel Wheelen the United States Purveyor, setts out for the City tomorrow—I shall charge him, if I can obtain the packet of pamphlets from Dickins, with the number which he can carry without incumbrance. You will invite him to our house and visit his Daughter Jane—if you can—

I have received the two orders upon the Bank of the U.S. which you sent me.

The P-folio has taken wind at Washington; by your help I presume—The third No: contains an extract of a letter, which you will know something about, when you see it—

I want a copy of the Judiciary Bill—Will it pass? Who wrote the Considerations on the Govt: of the Territory of Columbia?


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