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Be pleased to accept my thanks for your Kind Present, of the two Guinea Fowls—this, is the first opportunity I have met with, to acknowledge the receipt of them. I send you by the Bearer a few Fredericksburg Oysters —tho the quantity is small. I trust the quality is Great . I have sent You Sir half of what I received, I wish I had more to present you with— MHi : Coolidge Collection.
J B Benson presents to Thomas Jefferson Esqr, his most respectful compliments, and hopes he is well— Recollecting a remark of Th J.—that he could not get any of the Good Fish brought by the Stage Drivers. JBB. has presumed to purchase one for him, which he flatters himself, will give satisfaction—the price, tis true, is rather an extravagant one, but it does not often occur—if my earnest...
J B Benson, presents to you, his warmest feelings, and best wishes, for your recovery—and trusts it will be a speedy one—I am truly pleased to hear that you are considerably better to day— I would have visited you, but knowing (or rather believing that our Friends, often do more injury than good to a Sick person—I contented myself with the glad Tidings I daily received, from daily enquery—that...