From George Jefferson
Richmond 19th Octr 1810
I suppose you know that by proper treatment, if taken in time, it may be cured very easily.
The Pauler & Aquirrez are distinguishable by the marks P & A with tar.— James likewise carries the goblets, together with the three other small parcels formerly mentioned.—the second volume of the collection of laws is not yet ready for delivery. it has just been printed, but is not yet bound.
I hope in the course of next week to have the pleasure of seeing you, and am
RC (Mrs. Paul W. Howle, Richmond, 1944; photocopy in DLC: TJ Papers, ser. 10); at foot of text: “Thomas Jefferson esqr”; endorsed by TJ as received 22 Oct. 1810 and so recorded in SJL.
- A Collection of all such Acts of the General Assembly of Virginia, of a public and permanent nature, as are now in force (S. Pleasants) search
- Gibson & Jefferson (Richmond firm); and animals acquired by TJ search
- James (TJ’s slave); brings sheep from Richmond search
- Jefferson, George (TJ’s cousin); and Jefferson Cups search
- Jefferson, George (TJ’s cousin); and merino sheep search
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- Jefferson Cups search
- Le Tellier, John; and Jefferson Cups search
- merino sheep; Aguirre breed search
- merino sheep; Paular breed search
- merino sheep; sent to TJ and J. Madison search
- Pleasants, Samuel; A Collection of all such Acts of the General Assembly of Virginia, of a public and permanent nature, as are now in force search
- scab; infects TJ’s sheep search
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