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I send you the 1 st vol. of Tucker ’s Blackstone & the 1 st & 2 d of Botta . I think I have nothing on the fi Revolutionary finances which answers your view except the Article ‘Etats Unis’ of the Encyclopedie, which article I have seperately
Before I went to Bedford I asked the favor of you to let me know the amount of my debt to you for the books you were so kind as to let me have, which was referred however until my return. on my return I found you had left the neighborhood; but the hope that some remnant of business might give us the pleasure of seeing you soon, occasioned me to wait a while. but finding that gratification...
Your favour of September the 30th. was received last night. Your frank avowal of your birth in France is no diminution of your respectability in my Estimation: for of the two most conspicuous Nations of Europe I know not to which, I ought to give Preference in Science litterature and taste, but in point of Civilization and politeness I have no hesitation in preferring the French to the...
Your servant finds us just setting down to table, so I on can only scribble you a line. I will have one for mrs Lewis ready for you when you call; this being on your road to her house , I will then shew you also an honorable acknolegement of G. Nicholas on the subject of the enquiries into the conduct of the executive the letter as to Arnold was addressed to Gen l
I return your 14 th Chapter with only 2. or 3. unimportant alterations as usual, and with a note suggested , of doubtful admissibility. I believe it would be acceptable to the reader of every nation except England , and I do not suppose that, even without it, your book will be a popular one there. however you will decide for yourself. As to what is to be said of myself, I of course am not the...