Jeremy Bentham

Catherine Fuller (ed.), The Collected Works of Jeremy Bentham: The Correspondence of Jeremy Bentham, Vol. 11: January 1822 to June 1824

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pg 271Editor’s Note2983To Richard Rush25 July 1823 (Aet 75)

Q.S.P. 25 July 1823.

Dear Sir

I have received a piece of intelligence, which in your eyes, and in those of your Secretary of State,2 I should expect to find of some importance, and which you could scarcely receive, I think, or he about to receive, through any other channel. If it be agreable to you to receive it, I am at your service here at any time to communicate it.

  •                                              Dear Sir
  •                                                 Ever Your's
  •                                                    Jeremy Bentham.

  • Richard Rush Esqr &c &c &c
  • There is little danger of my being from home: but a line from you would exclude it.

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Editor’s Note
2983. 1 Richard Rush Collection, Box 23, Princeton University Library. Autograph. Endorsed: 'Mr Bentham, / July 25. 1823', A copy in the hand of Colls, dated 26 July, is at UC, xii. 115.
Editor’s Note
2 Rush in fact forwarded two copies of Letter 2982 on 1 August 1823 not to the Secretary of State, John Quincy Adams, as Bentham had suggested, but to the President of the United States, James Monroe.
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