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Knowing that your time must be very much occupied, It is with reluctance I again trouble you, with a request to furnish me with another drawing of your Spectacles, as the person who engaged to make a pair for me has mislaid the former drawing you sent me,—A circumstance I have great reason to regret, as for the wont of a pair suitable to my sight, my eyes suffer exceedingly, I should rather my...
On the evening when I had the pleasure of seeing you, in this place on your way to Monticello, I had so violent an head-ache, as to be almost incapable of conversation, and being obliged to retire to rest, could not in the morning recollect the name of the person, by whom your Spectacles were made. You will therefore highly oblige by enclosing his address to me at this place.— At the same time...