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Your letter enclosed to me on the 28 th July for M r King in London was duly rec d and was forwarded yesterday by the Packet Ship Silas Richards bound to Liverpool and addressed to the Care of M r Consul Maury, & advising him it related to business of the University of Virginia. MHi .
I have been duly favored with your Letters covering a communication from you to M r King on the subject of an apparatus for your university. and likewise two accompanying letters from two of your Proffessors on the same subject addressed to persons in London; and in obedience to your wishes I have put these several letters in the letter Bag of the Packet Ship Hudson which departed from this...
The inclosed letter to mr King covers a bill of exche. for 1350. £ sterl. for the purchase of an Apparatus for our University, and the two accompanying letters are from two of our Professors on the same subject, wherefore I have placed them under my cover. the importance of these papers occasion me to take the liberty of assuring their safe passage to N.Y. under your cover and of requesting...
Th: Jefferson with his friendly salutations to General Bailey asks the favor of him to give a passage to the inclosed letter by one of the packets to London. ViU .
Your two letters for England, covered in yours to me of the 11 th and 14 th instant, were duly attended to. In obedience to your wishes communicated in your letter of the 17 th inst. this day received, I have searched the office for the packet you expected from London, but have not been able to find it—I thereupon searched for it at our Custom House—I was there also disappointed. I am induced...
I have just recieved from London a letter informing me that a friend had put into the writer’s hand what he calls ‘a small packet to be forwarded to me, and not knowing that the size will admit of it’s travelling by mail he gives me notice of it.’ these are books sent by the author as a donation to our University. I see always with uneasiness this abuse of my Frank by Foreigners and authors...
Your letter under date of the 3 d & bearing the Post Mark of the 6 th instant, was received here this morning—The letter which it covered for General De Lafayette, was immediately delivered to that Gentleman, who is now here receiving the grateful & merited hospitality of our Citizens. He has still many visits to make before he proceeds to the South— MHi .
Th: Jefferson with his friendly salutations to Gen l Bailey asks the favor of him to superscribe on the inclosed mr Vanburen’s proper post office not knowing what it is, and to put it into the post office and assures him of friendship and respect. Privately owned.
I have found my letters for Europe to which I have taken the liberty of asking your attention get always to their destination with so much certainty, that I am tempted to abuse your goodness by often asking the same favor. the communicns with Leghorn, which the wants of our university will still for a while continue, are so necessary to that instn as to render their safe transmission greatly...
The United States Ship Cyane, Creighton Commander,—having our Minister to France (M r Brown) on board;—sailed from this Port for Havre, on the 23 d of feb y —Giacomo Raggi, who had charge of your Packet to M r Appleton, Consul of the United States at Leghorn, took passage in this Ship.—Captain Creighton had been in daily expectation of receiving his sailing orders, for six weeks before his...