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Experiencing daily, in the course of my business, the constant and increasing demand there is in the Country for your Work, the Notes on Virginia , and of which the copies are becoming exceeding scarce, I am satisfied that a new Edition is wanting. Deeming it very probable that in the period which has elapsed since the Original publication of the work, you have collected some manuscript...
I have duly recieved your favor of Sep. 29. proposing to publish a new edition of the Notes on Virginia , and asking for such additions as I might wish to make. I have long intended to prepare an enlarged edition of that work; with such additions & corrections as information & experience might enable me to make: and I have been laying by materials from time to time, as they occurred, for that...
I was duly honoured with your polite favour of the 7 th Instant respecting the Notes on Virginia — It is a source of regret that a work so much sought for as the Notes on Virginia , and so much valued for its accurate and various information, should have been so often given to the public in an imperfect state of typographical execution.—It is my wish to have it published in a superior style,...