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That I may prove to you and my Dear Mrs Adams, the high estimation of the value I attach to the picture you have confided to my care—I sent immediately for a blacksmith, and had an Iron fender made to go round the lower part, as a protection from the careless brush, of the House maid, or the incautious foot of those who might otherwise wish to come too near it—The room is every day aird, and...
Th: Jefferson presents his respectful compliments to mr Baker , and asks the favor of him to send him a kental of good dumb fish and ½ doz. kegs of tongues and sounds, for which mr Gibson will be so kind as to make payment as before . the bearer mr Gilmore will bring them safely & immediately.
You will find enclosed a subscription paper which was put into my hands some time last Fall; As an appology for not returning it at an earlier day I must observe that I have detained it in the expectation of encreasing the amount. You will find the Names of M r Page & M r Skipwith erased in consequence of their having recieved subscription s papers. My affectionate regards to M rs Randolph ....
I have been recently informed that you have prepared for the press, a new and improved edition of your “Notes on Virginia .” This work s has always been in demand, and a correct edition would particularly command public attention. As I am yet young in the trade of publishing and selling books, the publication of this work would be of importance to me, and the more so, if I could obtain the...
Th: Jefferson presents his friendly salutations to Cap t Oldham and asks the favor of him to select for him 4. good mortise doorlocks, of brass & plain for doors 1 ⅜ & 1 16 thick, that is to say 1 ½ I. wanting 1 16 mr Gibson will be so kind as usual to pay for them, and the bearer mr Gilmore