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I thank you, Sir, for the copy you have been so kind as to send me of your Lecture on the adulteration of food and other articles. I think it a work of great utility and such as ought to be in every family. common murders are committed on individuals only, but these wretches slay us by wholesale & with impunity. with my thanks accept the assurance of my great esteem & respect DLC : Papers of...
I return you the prospectus you were so kind as to inclose me of the American artists Manual, with my subscription which I have given with pleasure. besides those general articles of utility which the title would lead us to expect, it’s enumeration of some particular arts of great domestic concern, renders it interesting to every housekeeper. I am duly sensible of the honor done me by the...
Th: Jefferson has recieved from D r Cutbush the communication of the prospectus of his system of Pyrotechny. writing is become so slow and painful to him, that he can only make his acknolegements for this mark of attention, express his wishes for it’s success, and assure D r Cutbush of his great esteem and respect. DLC : Papers of Thomas Jefferson.
Your favor of Dec. 27. was recieved on the 5 th inst. Doctor Cooper’s engagement with our Univesity is not at all affected by his arrangements in S. Carolina, which are temporary only. our buildings being not likely to be finished before the close of the present year, or perhaps till the next, it was for our convenience as well as his to employ himself elsewhere in the mean time. his family...
A long absence from home occasions this late acknolegement of your favor of Oct. 23. the mention of a certificate from me in favor of mr Hall ’s method of making corn hills or tob o hills excites my curiosity. I remember his calling on me at Washington , with recommendations of his method from some gentlemen of character in Maryland , & particularly of mr Carrol of Carrolton in whose service...