Be so good as to make my resptfulrespectful Comp.ts Compliments to the Chair Man & Committee of Correspondence & Papers & to inform them that as I have no time at present to add any thing to the Letter they are about to Print in their Transactions2 I earnestly hope that the Press may not be delayed any longer on that account. The Observations respecting those two important objects, the Coinage & the Naval Pillar,3 (which for some time past have occupied so much of the National attention, ) are full & sufficient & will be of great use to any person who may be inclined to bestow any consideration on those exemplars of each, which have been lately introduced into the Pictures of the Society & the Thames4 & which perhaps may contribute some little matter to encrease5 that Interest & Credit with the Publick to which the Society has already so many & such fair Claims.
I have the honour to be Sir
Your Obed.t humbl servt Obedient humble servant
Nov. 19. 1801
To Charles Taylor
John S.t Adelphi