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To Thomas Jefferson from Edmund Randolph, 10 December 1789

From Edmund Randolph

Richmond decr. 10. 1789.

Dear Sir

I shall make a statement of my account with Mr. Mazzei, as soon as I return home; and will forward it to you.

The encyclopedie I think a bargain, and shall retain it with pleasure. When we meet in N. York, I will pay you the price; stated in your late favor.

I thank you for the map; and shall send the other maps, with two catgut battledores, to Mr. Donald.

The senate have disagreed to the 3d. 8th. 11th. and 12th. amendments. This day has been spent in a conference; the fruit of which cannot be known before monday. I am dear sir with great truth yr. friend and serv.,

Edm: Randolph

RC (DLC); endorsed as received 10 Dec. 1789 and so recorded in SJL.

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