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Captain Glassel heretofore of my neighbourhood, supposing that a trip to Scotland may aid an object in which he has an eventual interest, wishes me to drop you a line on the occasion. Of his present standing personal & official, you have or can readily obtain a sufficient knowledge; and it does not belong to me to estimate the considerations on which a grant of absence must depend. What alone...
I beg your acceptance of the inclosed Pamphlets—the long Dissertation on the Agriculture of massachusetts is by the same hand that wrote the Address the Honble. Josiah Quincy, my friend and Neighbour—whom I greatly Esteem—though his Politicks have not been always approved—by his, and your, friend / and humble Servant— OrHi .
Your address to the Agricultural Society for which I thank you—I have read with great interest and delight, it has almost, not quite, excited in me a wish to be younger than I am—the excitement expressed at the beginning is highly pathetic and oratorical, had I been the father and founder of such a County—I fear I should have been weak enough to have burst into tears— The system you so wisely...
I have rcd. 2 copies of the proceedings of the Agr. Socy. of Jefferson Cy. in Sepr last: for wch. I see by the superscription on the Cover, I am indebted to yr. politeness. One of the Copies I have forwarded to the Scy. of our Society in the County of Albemarle in this State. The proceedings are an interesting Specimen of the fruits of such Institutions; and the interest taken in them by the...