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To Thomas Jefferson from Robert Owen, 25 November 1825

Philadelphia 25 Nov 1825

My dear Sir.

Mr Whitwell the Architect of our new arrangement & my friend Captain Macdonald have a great desire to see the improvements in building which you have introduced in the Virginia University & for this purpose I take the liberty of giving them an introduction to you. These gentlemen who are in my confidence shall inform you of all the proceedings which have occurred since I saw you relative to the new system & I shall with pleasure learn of them of you & Mrs Randolph & family & I trust they will convey intelligence of your continued health & of the happiness of all around you.

Being greatly hurried. I can add that with the greatest esteem I remain

your obedt & faithful Sert

Robt Owen

DLC: Papers of Thomas Jefferson.

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