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Your favors of July 10. & 13. have been duly recieved and I now return the pamphlet inclosed in the latter, with thanks for the perusal. The author has the appearance of knowing better what has past in England than in America. As to the latter to be sure he has been ignorant enough. I am sincerely sorry that Freneau has declined coming here. Tho’ the printing business be sufficiently full...
You will probably have recieved a letter from Mr. Girard on the subject of the first box of wine and the parcell of raisins you were so kind as to send me. By searching in another stage office, which I did not know of at that time, I have found them and have now recieved the whole. I thought it my duty to mention this in order to save you the trouble of further enquiry, and take at the same...
Your favors of July 10. and 13. have been duly recieved and I now return the pamphlet inclosed in the latter, with thanks for the perusal. The author has the appearance of knowing better what has past in England than in America. As to the latter to be sure he has been ignorant enough. I am sincerely sorry that Freneau has declined coming here. Tho’ the printing business be sufficiently full...
[ Ed. Note : This letter, originally printed in Vol. 24: 246–7 under its inscribed date of 21 July 1792, was in fact written from Monticello Philadelphia on 21 July 1791 and recorded in SJL under that date; see To Pierre Guide, 21 July 1791 [redated] . Guide’s letter of 28 July 1791 , summarized in Vol. 20: 685, is clearly a reply to this epistle.]