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You will confer a favour upon me by permitting me to render you the little service which may be in my power on the present occasion & without compensation. Be assured it will give real pleasure & let that be my recompence. Mr. Kent & I have conferred on your affair. It is necessary for us to see the book in question in order to a safe opinion. Can one be had? With respect & esteem   Sir   Your...
Your letter of the 4th. May, has been so long in hand that I am really sorry to be obliged to acknowledge the receipt of it, without complying with the request it makes. In my present situation, it has not been possible to furnish the information immediately of myself. I have accordingly been obliged to apply by letters to friends in those parts of the Country where the information was to be...
Your letter of the 28th. Feby. on the subject of a 2d. edition of your Geography with the chapter concerning Virginia extracted from the 1st. came duly to hand. I have hitherto delayed answering it, in hopes that the adjournment of Congs. & my return to Virginia would afford me leisure & oppy. to execute the little task you allotted me. Finding now that the period within which your new work is...