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I take the liberty of enclosing to you a paper of Proposals for a work which I have been engaged...
Th: Jefferson presents his respects to the gentlemen of the committee on the Hessian fly, and...
At a meeting of the Committee appointed by the American Philosophical Society for the purpose of...
Th: Jefferson presents his compliments to Dr. Barton and has the pleasure to inform him that the...
You will place me under a very great obligation by letting me have, by the bearer of this note,...
[ Ed. Note : This letter, printed in Vol. 24: 687–8 under its inscribed date of 2 Dec. 1792, was...
In consequence of your note , I have waited on Mr. Michaux. He assures me, that he will...
It is not without a great degree of pain, that I write to you on the subject of this letter. You...
Th: Jefferson presents his friendly compliments to Dr. Barton, and being now in the act of...
Th: Jefferson begs the favor of Dr. Barton’s company to dinner with a small party of friends on...