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Thomas Jefferson Esq r To W m Duane D r 1815 March To Translation of a Work of Destutt Tracy...
I enclose you one of 12 copies of another of my humble efforts to give direction to the minds of...
At head you will be pleased to find your account which I hope will may be found correct—if so...
There is a small sum of 60$ money paid by me for the translating of the continuation of Tracy ’s...
I have had the satisfaction to receive your very kind letter of the 12 instant . It is singular...
A desire to be preserved in your remembrance has often led me to the verge of writing to you, but...
I should not have troubled your retirement upon political subjects had not there been a rumor for...
I should have answered your obliging letter of the 20 th April , had my mind not been kept in...
I could not before this day find an opportunity undisturbed to answer yours of the 22 d ult ....
I have just received yours of the 18 th and the copy accompanying it —you will be good enough...
I have the pleasure of receiving yours of the 18 th this day—the work of Tracy , is going forward...
By the Mail of this day, I forward you a single copy of the Review of Montesquieu , I hope you...
I have just received the last packet of the Manuscript—but it appears as if I was doomed to be...
I have just received the returned parcel of Manuscript my motive for sending you the translation...
The translation has been completed several months but business of every kind has been thrown into...