Wythe to Thomas Jefferson, 26 March 1795
George Wythe asks Thomas Jefferson if he could think of a way that people would be able to have access to the copies of the acts of the general assembly that can only be found in Jefferson's collection without making it difficult for Jefferson or endangering the books to loss or damage.
Can you contrive that people who want may obtain copies of the acts of general assembly, now to be found in your collection only, without trouble to yourself, and without danger of loss or detriment to the books? farewell.
20 of march, 1795.