Wythe to Thomas Jefferson, 24 July 1792
I wish, my dear sir, to refer the whole business of the seal to your judgment; and if the cost exceed the general assembly’s allowance so much as twenty pounds, will advance the money, although they may refuse to reimburse it. My best wishes ever attend you and your connections. Richmond, 24th of july, 1792.
A seal of a small size seems
seems most convenient, but i know not the fit size to admit a proper exhibition of the figures.