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§ From Mary Randolph. 31 March 1806, Richmond. “It is with extreme diffidence I address you on a subject of great importance to a very particular Friend; but I rely for forgiveness, on your goodness of Heart, with which I have long been acquainted. Mr Jones the Loan Officer has been declining for some time and now lies at the point of death. I earnestly entreat your interest for Mr George...
I did not offer you a copy of the first edition of my Cookery book because it was exceedingly defective, the second is more correct and I have the pleasure of asking you to accept one. I shall be much flattered to know that you think it not intirely without merit. My dear Mrs Madison will receive my cordial love. To your Mother I present my venerating esteem, and for yourself you have the warm...
The copy of your little Volume accompanying your letter of the 17th. instant, came duly to hand; & I am very sensible of the politeness to which I owe the favor. Of the value of its precepts on paper I cannot undertake to judge: when reduced to practice on the table, the question will be less beyond my pretentions. But altho’ I cannot decide on the merit of the Author by the book, it is a case...