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I take the liberty to enclose three copies of the first Number of a Set of papers, the design of which, I presume, you can scarcely fail to approve. Should you be able to favour me with any communications towards continuing the plan, I shall be thankful. MHi .
Your favour requesting an Ex e of Baines’s was was rec d some time since, & we must beg you to excuse us not having attended to it earlier, but it entirely escaped us— It is now shipped to care of Cap t Peyton, Richm d As you requested, & we hope it will reach you in safety— MHi : Coolidge Collection.
M r Daniel Drew, who will probably deliver you this, has applied to me for a letter of introduction, as a candidate for a situation, which, I understand, is at your disposal. He has taught in my family for some months, & has conducted himself with the most perfect propriety. His deportment & manners are wholly unexceptionable. In a word, my impressions of him are highly favourable. You will, I...
D r Tho s Jefferson Esq r in A/C with M Carey & Son C r 1819 1819 Mar 19 To Merchdze 75 Feb y 2 By Balance 25 Sep 28 To d
By this day’s mail, You will receive the Carpenter’s Price Book. I hope to be able in a few days to forward the Virdicia Hibernicæ. MHi : Coolidge Collection.
I take the liberty to send you a copy of the Addresses of the Philadelphia Society for the Protection of National Industry, of which I request your acceptance, & am MHi : Coolidge Collection.
Rc d of M Carey & Son Carter’s Epictetus—$5.75 Your favour of 18 th inst. came duly to hand, & in compliance with your request, we now forward the Moc— There is not a copy of Sophocles or Antoninus in the city. Of the former we shall have some with in a week, & will immediately forward it. The acc t at the same time shall be sent by MHi : Coolidge Collection.
By this day’s Mail, I forward you a set of papers on the subject of the pernicious tendency of our present policy on the best interests of the agriculturists generally. Hoping it may meet with your approbation, I remain, respectfully MHi : Coolidge Collection.
I enclose you N o 1 & N o 2 of Annals of Generosity, & c of which I request your acceptance. I am in want of materials for this little work. If you can supply me with any, I shall regard to as a favour. MHi .
At length, I have finished (but in a very imperfect manner) my Vindicæ Hibernicæ, of which this mail will convey you a copy, which I request you will accept as a mark of my respect. I shall take the liberty in few days to send you three or four more copies, to be placed in public libraries in your neighbourhood, if any put there be. MHi : Coolidge Collection.