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I received last night your catalogue, and the post being to set out this morning I send you, on the next leaf , a list of those I wish to take. The warning being too short to procure a bill of exchange and send it by this post, it shall follow by the next which leaves this place four days hence. In the mean time be so good as to pack the books in a light box, and after four days from your...
[ London, 17 Mch. 1789 . Recorded in SJL as received 3 Apr. 1789. Not found.]
Be pleased to pack very securely in a light box the books noted below from your last catalogue, and deliver them to Mr. Trumbull No. 2 North street Rathbone place, who will pay you their amount. Do it if you please without delay, as I am about leaving Paris for some time. I am Sir Your very humble servt, s d 3265. Locke on education. 12mo. 1--6 3863. Stirling’s Terence. 3--0 8809. Seldeni...
My removal from Paris to this place has probably been the cause of the intermission in my recieving your half yearly catalogues as usual. I will beg the favor of you to resume the practice of sending them to me, changing the former address to that of ‘Thomas Jefferson Secretary of state Philadelphia, to the care of Messrs. Donald and Burton merchts. London.’ On sending them to Messrs. Donald...