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''Note: Jefferson made two copies of this letter.  The first copy is a press copy that he made from the one he sent to Wythe.  The second copy is one that he re-wrote in a neater hand from the press copy.  The first press copy is illegible in many places, not just to the eyes of Wythepedia, but, evidently, to the eyes of Jefferson himself.''
 
''Note: Jefferson made two copies of this letter.  The first copy is a press copy that he made from the one he sent to Wythe.  The second copy is one that he re-wrote in a neater hand from the press copy.  The first press copy is illegible in many places, not just to the eyes of Wythepedia, but, evidently, to the eyes of Jefferson himself.''
  
==Letter text, 26 February 1787==
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Yours affectionately
 
Yours affectionately
  
Th: Jefferson
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[[Thomas Jefferson|Th: Jefferson]]
 
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Mr. Wythe.
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[[George Wythe|Mr. Wythe]].
 
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==See also==
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*[[Thomas Jefferson to Wythe, 11 September 1792]]
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*[[Thomas Jefferson to Wythe, 17 March 1793]]
  
 
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Revision as of 19:31, 4 July 2015

"Thomas Jefferson to Wythe, 26 February 1793." Image from the Library of Congress, The Thomas Jefferson Papers.

"Thomas Jefferson to Wythe, 26 February 1793." Image from the Library of Congress, The Thomas Jefferson Papers.

Note: Jefferson made two copies of this letter. The first copy is a press copy that he made from the one he sent to Wythe. The second copy is one that he re-wrote in a neater hand from the press copy. The first press copy is illegible in many places, not just to the eyes of Wythepedia, but, evidently, to the eyes of Jefferson himself.

Letter text

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Dear Sir,

Philadelphia Feb. 26

I have just now received your favor of [...] law is passed on the subject of patents which [...] Clarke to present his petition anew. this [...] in the newspapers within a few days. having [...] it a slight reading in the Roll, I am unable [...] particular account of it.

Your seal is promised in time to [...] Giles on his return from Congress. should the [...] fail in punctuality you may still [...] more days. Adieu My Dear Sir

Yours affectionately

Th: Jefferson

P.S. Mr Clarke’s letter within Meredith's affidavit is just received. by the new law when a question arises on the priority of invention, the parties are to name referred to decide it.


Mr. Wythe.

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