Philadelphia April 1st 1820.
|I Sent you, by this Morning’s Mail, Potter’s Æschyllus, 1 Vol. 8 vo boards, London Ed||$2.50|
I Sold, two weeks since, the only copy I had of Potter’s Euripides 2 vols 8vo boards for $6–75=; &, after having ransacked all the Bookstores in the City, Only One Copy Could be found, bound Calf Extra, for Which they ask $10=, Which I Shall not Send, unless you order it. There is No Æschyllus, Greek & Latin, Except 1 Copy, 1 Vol. 18o Calf Extra, the Greek in the beginning of the Volume & the Latin, at the end, by itself = for $1–75; I will purchase it for you, if it Answers your purpose—
|I have Potter’s Grecian Antiquities, 2 large 8vo Vols boards, the only Copy in Philada, Which I offer to you at||$ 7=|
|& Potter’s Sophocles 1. Vol. 8vo, boards, at $||″ 3—|
|Wodhull’s Euripides 3 Vols 8vo Calf Gift||″ 12—|
DLC: Papers of Thomas Jefferson.