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You will herewith receive a Biographical Stetch of yourself, Subject to correction & additions:—Likewise, a Copy of a Prospectus of a work of mine nearly ready for Press,—& a Small Pamphlate which I lately published; the Perusal of the latter, may amuse your Daughters. P.S.— Motto [for my “Biographical Compendium” By candour led, our various page, displays, Some traits of those who lived, to...
Since writing you on Friday last, I have had the pleasure of receiving a third recommendation to the volume I sent you,—I have struck off these three in the form of a little pamphlet, in order to lay them on the counter of the Book stores in the City until I am able to ob t ain a few more, so as to place them in all the copies which remain unbound. I enclose you a copy of them, not knowing...
Having proceeded to the distribution of the work to be done for the University this season we accept of your offer to undertake a part, and we give up the discount of 15. per cent below the printed prices in Carey, book, because we wish our workmen to recieve a reasonable living price for what they do and we believe the printed prices give that. but we accept on the condition that you can...
Your favour 21st. is before us covering your Note for $800. to renew one for a Similar Amount due on 8th. of next month. It also covered a Sett of Exchange on Mess Maury & Latham for £21.15/2 Which we return for your Signature. Very Respectfully Flour 5.75 to 5.80. Wheat 112½ cts. Exch: in England 11 @ 12 above. RC ( DLC ). Docketed by JM. Letter not found.
I recd. a few days ago a letter from Mr. Mclean P. M. G. inclosing an application from Mr. Wagner for permission to publish the Archives of the Revolutionary Congress: and conveying “your request of my advice” on the subject; it being supposed “that my acquaintance with Mr. W. would enable me to judge of his ability & integrity.[”] As I felt much respect for Mr. Mclean, and as he spoke...
Th: Jefferson returns to mr Fillebrown the pamphlet he has been so kind as to send him with thanks for it’s communication. he trusts that the drastic medecines which have been administered to the unfortunate subjects of this work will have cured them of their past complaints and prevent a return of them. he considers the whole effect of the Hartford Convention as having been very salutary. he...
I rec d in due time your favor of Feb. 15. mr Brockenbrough has rec d a part of the ornaments & expects the rest dayly. as mine were to come with them I presume Col o Peyton has rec d and forwarded them to Bedford . I this day inclose him an order for 100. D with a request that he will remit them to you immediately, and I some time ago informed mr Brockenbro’ that his remittance must be with...
July 16 Mrs. Jackson and her daughter called late and took Mary to Tea at Mrs. T Willings, from which sh whence she returned at a little after ten oclock; much amused and pleased with two new acquaintance she found, Miss Caroline Jackson, and Miss White, a Grand daughter of the Bishop’s 17 What a ridiculous scrape Judge Johnson has got into in South Carolina! I cannot conceive what his motive...
In answer to your letter of Oct. 29. I have only to say that I have no thought of parting with my property at the Natural bridge, on the contrary I mean, as soon as I can make it convenient to improve it by such buildings, as may accomodate the great numbers of it’s visitants, I believe that at this time it recieves as many visitants, taking the year thro’ as any of the medicinal springs and...
I may now congratulate you on your Arrival at the Seat of our national Government: yourself your excellent Lady, all your Friends relations and domesticks, are We hope, in good health. Your Interview with the President; to whom present my affectionate respects, So Soon after his Arrival must have been very agreable to both. As the Endemic dissentary is not yet abated your oldest Son is with Us...