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Your favor of the 6 th has been recieved & I thank you for having forwarded the book to mr Adams as desired. in the Aurora of Sep. 7. I see a book advertised as under publication at N. York under the title of ‘the American brewer & malster ’ which, as teaching the method of malting Indian corn I should be very glad to get. could you procure it for me if published or when published. I would...
I am desirous of sending to mr John Adams late Presid t of the US. at Quincy, Mass. a copy of Priestley’s ‘Doctrines of heathen philosophy compared with those of revelation’ printed at Northumberland Pensva in 1804. will you be so good as to procure one, and inclose it to him by mail ‘ de ma part .’ be so good as to chuse the best binding you find ready prepared, and to place the article to my...
I ought sooner, in answer to your letter of Sep. 29. to have said that I shall be glad to recieve the second hand copy of the Traité du Bonheur et de la morale, which you supposed you could get me. I am anxious to recieve the ‘American brewer & malster’ as soon as published. I have both Richardson & Combrune which you mention. accept my friendly & respectful salutations. PoC ( DLC ); at foot...
Collecting the amount of the several books you have been so kind as to send me, as nearly as I can from the letters accompanying them, I conjecture it to be about 30.D. but lest I should err I have desired my Richmond correspondents Gibson & Jefferson to remit you 40.D. which if over the amount may stand in account for further calls of books, and if less than the amount you must be so good as...
Th: Jefferson asks the favor of M. Dufief to send him the books noted below, always bearing in mind the Weekly mission in small parcels for the ease of the mail: and also to note to him the prices that he may make his remittances at convenient intervals. Tull’s horsehoeing husbandry, an old book in 8 vo Young’s Experiments in Agriculture. (I think it is in 3. vols. 8 vo ) Memoirs of Theophilus...