Thomas Jefferson to Wythe, 26 February 1793
Dear Sir Philadelphia Feb 26. 1793
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 newspaper 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 […] Giles on his return from Congress. Should the […] fail in punctually you may still more days. Adiu
My Dear Sir
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.