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D r James Freeman , is a learned, ingenious, honest and benevolent Man, who wishes to See President Jefferson , and requests me to introduce him. If you would introduce Some of your Friends to me, I could with more confidence introduce mine to You. He is a Christian, but not a Pythagorian a Platonick or a Philonick Christian. You will ken him and he will ken You: but you may depend, he will...
M r Freeman of Boston has visited Monticello , that he might have the honour of seeing M r Jefferson , and of enjoy ing the high pleasure of hearing him converse; and he regrets that his professional duties as a clergyman compel him to quit his hospitable mansion without indulging himself in the delight, which has long been the object of his ardent desire. He tenders his best respects to M r...
I have lately returned to Boston , where I had the pleasure of finding the note of October the 10th , which you did me the honour to address to me. I still regret, as do all my friends here, that I had not the opportunity of hearing you speak. But I shall always remember with gratitude the hospitality of those members of your family, whom I had the satisfaction of seeing; and I rejoice in...