Thomas Jefferson Papers

To Thomas Jefferson from Robley Dunglison, 20 May 1826

Saturday morning May 20. 1826

Dear Sir,

When I had the pleasure of seeing you yesterday, it escaped my memory to beg of you an inspection of the Bill of Parcels of the unopened Boxes of Books now in the University. I will therefore feel obliged by your sending them to me by the Bearer to the end that I may take out some works essentially necessary for me in the present department of my course—leaving the remainder in their places so that no damage may accrue to them

Believe me Sir with the highest respect obedty yours

Robley Dunglison


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