Jeremy Bentham

The Collected Works of Jeremy Bentham: The Correspondence of Jeremy Bentham, Vol. 11: January 1822 to June 1824

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Editor’s NoteEditor’s Note2986To Richard Rush29 July 1823(Aet 75)

Q.S.P. 29 July 1823.

Dear Sir

I hope my kitchen, such as it is, will be found to furnish a second plate on Thursday: if not, by the instrumentality of a partition treaty, with a rule and compass, a single plate may be made to serve. Potatoes and water upon table, at exactly half after six: ½ after 6. By information from Mr Secretary Adams Smith, this is 'Yankee's fare'.

I find that after dinner by candle-light I should have said I have no eyes to find any thing, nor consequently to shew any thing. I hope therefore to see you by 6 at furthest.

  •                                                   Dear Sir
  •                                                     Yours most truly
  •                                                       Jeremy Bentham

  • Richard Rush Esq:
  • &c. &c. &c.

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2986. 1 Richard Rush Collection, Box 23, Princeton University Library. Autograph. Endorsed: 'Mr Bentham July 29, 1823'. A copy in the hand of Colls is at UC, xii. 118.
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