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Claims of literature; the origin, motives, objects, and transactions,

by David Williams

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I have duly received the volume on the Claims of literature you did me the favor to send me through Mr. Monroe, & have read with satisfaction the many judicious reflections it contains on the condition of the respectable class of literary men. The efforts for their relief, made by a society of private citizens, are truly laudible; by they are, as you justly observe, but a palliation of an evil, the cure of which calls for all the wisdom & the means of the nation ... (TJ to Williams, 14 November 1803)

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