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Tho s Jefferson, Esq. To William F. Gray D r 1819 March 20 th For Binding 30 Vols. Ed: Review 75 22.50 " 2 " Law Journal 62½ 1.25 2 " Laws U.S.
The bearer, M r Tho s Smith, has applied to me for an introduction to you; but not having ever had that honour myself, it may be considered too great a liberty for me to take.—He will no doubt carry with him a much better introduction than my name can give him. I will only say that he has for some time lived my neighbor, and has approved himself a sober and industrious citizen; and in every...
Annexed I present a full statement of my a/c against you from the time that I have been favoured with your orders. If found correct, you will oblige me by an early remittance of the bal. in the way most convenient to yourself.— I owe you an apology for not having furnished the Book that you ordered a long time ago. The fact was I failed to get it of two correspondents to whom I wrote, and I at...
Thomas Jefferson Esq r To William F. Gray Dr 1818 Octo 23 For 30 Mo s Edinburgh Review from } No 28 to No 58 inclusive 37 50 Nov. 6 〃 No 59 Ditto Ditto 1
Your favour of the 23 rd March came safely to hand and in due time. The enclosure $37.50 is placed to your credit, for. which. please to accept my thanks.— When you wrote I was absent from home, and since my return, indisposition and a necessary attention to some pressing matters of business have prevented me from answering the letter rec d during my absence until now. This is the reason, and...
I have within my reach, a Book entitled “Histoire Philosophique de la Révolution de France, depuis la premiere assemblée des Notables jusqu’ à la paix de Presburg; Par Ant. Fantin-Desodoards.” It is in ten Octavo Vols. and said to be the 5 th edition revised and corrected by the author, and printed in 1807.— I have not been able to find the title of this Book in any of my Catalogues. And not...
Enclosed I hand you copy of my acct. against you, which would have been rendered sooner, but for an intention of visiting Charlottesville & presenting it in person, which has been continually entertained and continually prevented by circumstances, during the past year.—You will now oblige me by remitting the Amt. ⅌ mail, at your convenience. The Reviews have been furnished to you during the...
Thomas Jefferson Esq r To W m F Gray Dr 1819. Sept 9. To Balance due by acct. Ren d $36.50 1820 Jany 15. 〃 N o 63 Edinburgh Review 1.25
I have the pleasure of acknowledging the reciept of your favour of the 16 th Inst.—I also duly recieved, through the hands of Col. B. Peyton, $15.25 in full of your a/c. I regret your determination to recieve your Ed bg Reviews in future from Richmond. The payments heretofore made me and the manner of them have been perfectly satisfactory. Intending to pay particular attention to the...
The last evenings mail from the west brought me the 47 th and 48 th nos. of the North American Review, which I had heretofore sent to you; and also your letter explaining the cause of your returning them. I understood your letter of 16 th March as interdicting my sending you the Edinburg Review, alone, and not as applying to the North American Review, otherwise I should not have taken the...