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I have just sent to Milton for the mail tumbrel a package addressed to the care of mr Gray , portage to Fredericksbg being first paid at Milton as it always will be. and you paying that from Fredericksbg to George town , we may save mr Gray the occasion of ever making any advances of money for what passes between us. the package contains 2. volumes which I wish to be divided the one into two,...
I n am in the daily hope of recieving new proof sheets and the particular wish that we may go thro’ the work before April, because I shall then go to Bedford and be absent a month. I do not know how our account stands; I mean independantly of the 60.D. for the translation; for I do not wish that reimbursement until you have made it by the sale of the book. if you will send me my account,...
The answers to letters which had accumulated during a two months seven weeks absence in Bedford , and the daily calls of my own affairs here have delayed longer than I expected the examination promised in my letter of the 5 th into the paiment I beleived I had made of for the early volumes of Wilson ’s ornithology. I was led astray too in my researches by an idea that that paiment had been made
On the 7 th Ult. I wrote to you and forwarded at the same time the corrected translation of mr Tracy ’s book, with a request that you would forward to me for correction the proof sheets as they are struck off, and as we have three mails a week now from Washington , you will always recieve the sheet on the 5 th day after it comes from your hands, perhaps sometimes on the 7 th . having as yet...
In your letter of June 4. you informed me you would be ab le to begin Tracy ’s work by the 4 th of July. my responsibility to m r Tracy makes me expect with anxiety the Prospectus & proof sheets. I hope soon to begin to recieve them. they shall meet no delay from me. will you be so good as to send me the Miniature editions of Homer ’s
In a letter to you of Feb. 28. in answer to yours of the 3 d of that month, I acknoleged & thanked you for the parent’s assistant, & expressed a willingness to receive the Tales of fashionable life when published. to a former request of the 7 th & 8 th vols of Scientific dialogues, I added one for Mitford’s history of Greece , if an 8 vo edition could be had, and also for the 4 th