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A course of English History—recommended by Mr. Jefferson. Rapin to the end of Stephen. Ld....
I hope no apology is necessary for the liberty which I take in sending you the Book accompanying...
Th: Jefferson presents his friendly salutations to mr Cabell, & his thanks for the communication...
I inclose you a letter from Judge Cooper of Pensylvania , a political refugee with D r Priestley...
I have had the honor of receiving the friendly & obliging letter which you wrote me on the 27th...
I learn by the newspapers that a petition has been presented to the legislature by the Rivanna...
I have received your favor of 5 th ins t relative to the subject of the petition of the Rivanna...
I have been prevented by business of late, from writing you respecting the fate of the Bill...
As the meeting of our legislature approaches, and I shall be absent in Bedford from the 17 th...
Your favor of 7 th inst covering an abstract of the Bill respecting yourself & the Rivanna River...