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Your friend the Consul for New York, whom you were mentioning to me—Hunter I believe the Gentleman’s name is—will he partake of Share the Potatoes and Water of this hermitage, tête a tête at 7 on Wednesday Thursday next? An answer the Sooner the better—will oblige Your servt GBLUc : Jeremy Bentham Papers.
AL (draft): University College, London C Afran This book (if ever it should reach your hands) was written for the use of leading men: nor to any but leading men has it been sent. As such a copy of it comes to you. My notion of you is such that if there be any thing good in it, you will not fail making a good use of it for the benefit of those for whom you act. If at this or any more distant...
Scarce has your prophecy been utterd, which was fulfilled. Your new Master I see is arrived and arrived, and arrived in style . Lay me, I beseech you in all due fear at the feet of his Excellency and with a smile beg for me tell him how proud I shall should feel of learning of the honour of his protection. that done, with that seriousness which your opinion of my a belief as well I hope...
Length of intervals considered, our correspondence has been better suited to an antediluvian life, than to one which is so near its close as mine is. I mention this—not in the way of reproach to yourself, from whom at no time, to such an address as mine, was any answer at all matter of debt, but purely in the way of regret on my own account. Two works of mine—not to mention a number of others...
The offer which it is the ambition of this Address to submit to the consideration of the President of the United States is addressed (you will see immediately) not to the person, but to the Office. By an explanation thus early made some reading will be saved to you. The respect, of which the offer itself is its own best testimonial needs not, I presume, any more words for the expression of it....