Letter from Edward Cutbush to Nathaniel Cutting, Secretary of the Columbian Institute, January 12, 1817

ID: SIA RU007051 [SIA_007051_S02_B01_F03_D09]

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Form/Genre: Letters (correspondence)

Date: 1817

Citation: Smithsonian Institution Archives, Record Unit 7051, Columbian Institute Records, Image No. SIA_007051_S02_B01_F03_D09

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Summary

Letter from Dr. Cuttbush [sic] signifying his compliance with the wishes of the members of the Columbian Institute to have a copy of his oration for the Press. Dated 12 January 1817.

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Smithsonian Institution Archives, Record Unit 7051, Columbian Institute Records, Image No. SIA_007051_S02_B01_F03_D09

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  • 1817
  • January 12, 1817

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Letters (correspondence)

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SIA RU007051 [SIA_007051_S02_B01_F03_D09]

^[[Jan 12, 1871]] Sir, I had the honor to recieve your notes of this day, enclosing a resolve of the Columbian Institute requiring a copy of my address to be furnished the Committee of arrangement, for publication. The address, I consider as the property of the Institute. Permit me, through you, to return my sincere thanks for the distinguished honor which the Institute has been pleased to confer, and to request that my address, if published in a pamphlet form [[comma or comma strikethrough?]] may be dedicated to his Excellency the President of the United States, as [[underlined]]Patron of[/underlined]] the Institute, and that the Committee will permit me to make a prefatory remark.__ Be pleased, Sir, to accept my thanks for the opinion which
you have been pleased to express on the performance, which I consider as an outline only of a picture, that remains to be finished by a member of the Institute more competent than myself.__ With great respect I have the honor to remain your hble Svt. E Cutbush Jany. 12. 1817 Nathl. Cutting Esq. Secretary of the Columbian Institute.__
Washington City D.C. Jan:[[superscript]]y[[/superscript]] 12[[superscript]th[[/superscript]] 1817. Dr. Cuttbush [[page tear]] signifying his compliance with the wishes of the members of the Columbian Insitute to have a Copy of his Oration for the Press.___ _________ --------- [[following text is upside down]] Nathaniel Cutting Esquire.