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Two of the most important objects in life are—The cultivation of the human mind; and The...
I thank you for your letter of Feb. 16. and the communication of that you had forwarded to the...
I duly received your esteemed letter of the 10 th March ; and I now write you with pleasure, from...
Your favor of Jan. 18. came duly to hand. I w very willingly become a subscriber to your intended...
I duly received your esteemed favour of February last , and thank you for the information it...
I recieved duly your favor of Dec. 15. and with it the copies of your map and travels, for which...
Upon my return from New york , a few days ago, I received your much esteemed favour of the 13 th...
I beg leave to present you with a Copy of the military atlas, just published, which I hope will...
Th: Jefferson presents his compliments to mr Melish and his thanks for the renewed mark of his...
Considering the late pretensions set up by the British at Ghent , to be of such a nature as to...
I thank you for your favor of the map of the Sine quâ non, inclosed in your letter of Nov. 12. it...
I have the pleasure of presenting You with a Copy of my new map and Description of the United...
Your favor of Nov. 23. after a very long passage is recieved, and with it the Map which you have...
I beg leave to send you a Copy of my le to the President on the subject of promoting National...
Th: Jefferson returns his thanks to mr Mellish for the copy of his lre to the President on the...