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From Thomas Jefferson to James Dinsmore, 25 November 1807

Washington Nov. 25. 07

Sir

Davy brings a box containing all the articles you wrote for, furnished by Doctr. Ott.   The lead (1036. 1b) left Philadelphia the 7th. instant.   I will thank you to tell mr Bacon that I forgot, in my letter to him, to tell him that I sent off from this place, 3. or 4. weeks ago, 8 trunks of books and some other packages for Monticello, & that when they arrive they must be put away in the Greenhouse, if that is ready to recieve them. I shall always be obliged to you in your letters to inform me what work is done, what is in hand, &c. I tender you my best wishes.

Th: Jefferson

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