Wythe to Thomas Jefferson, 15 August 1792
I wrote to you lately, kind sir, begging the favour of you to direct in every thing about the seal, and undertaking to add twenty pounds to the money allowed for it by the general assembly. The smallest size will be most convenient; and perhaps the figures may be represented on a small as well as on a large one. I pray you to
remember me affectionately to all your family, and that
I shall beyou will believe me to be ever mindfull of your manifold valuable kindnesses to me.
Richmond, 15 August