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    • Sinclair, Sir John
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    • Jefferson, Thomas
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    • Adams Presidency

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Sir John Sinclairs best compliments to Mr. Jefferson,—Requests his acceptance of the plan of a new town , which he is now building, in which he has endeavoured to combine as many advantages as possible more especially those of ornament convenience and health.—Regrets much that he cannot write Mr. Jefferson more fully at present, being on the eve of setting out for Scotland, but he could not...
I had the pleasure of receiving your very interesting communication , which I had the honour of laying before the Board of Agriculture, the members of which, heard, so valuable a paper read, with much satisfaction.—If, in addition to the Mass of information collected at home, we had some foreign correspondents like you, we should soon find little difficulty, in bringing agricultural knowledge,...
Permit me to recommence our correspondence together, by requesting your Acceptance, of the Copy of a Work, in which, I am persuaded, you will feel yourself, in various respects, deeply interested. Being on the Eve of setting out for Scotland, I hope you will excuse me for using a borrowed hand, & for writing you a short letter. I cannot however avoid requesting your particular attention, to...
I have the Honor to inclose a Copy of my address to The Board of Agriculture , delivered at the close of our late Session, from which you will perceive the present State of our Pursuits in the great Cause of Agriculture ; I hope it will have the good fortune of meeting with your approbation. I also have the pleasure of herewith sending the remainder of the Original Surveys according to the...
I have much pleasure in acquainting you, that at the last meeting of the Board of Agriculture , you were admitted a Foreign Honorary Member of that Board, an honour to which your zeal for the improvement of agriculture so justly entitles you, and which I have no doubt will prove an additional inducement, to your assisting the Board in bringing that most valuable Art to its highest state of...