From Nicholas Norris
Baltimore Septr. 28th. 1802
The Inclosed is forwarded by me, for your perusal, when done with it, please to transmit it to me, I could say much to you, but I do not wish to be Irksome. Your Friend.
RC (MoSHi: Jefferson Papers); endorsed by TJ as received 5 Oct. and so recorded in SJL. Enclosure not found, but see TJ to Norris, 14 Oct. 1802.
Baltimore merchant Nicholas Norris (d. 1836) later served the city as a justice of the peace and experimented with silk cultivation at his country residence (Bridgeport, Conn., Republican Farmer, 21 July 1830; Baltimore Gazette and Daily Advertiser, 10 Sep. 1836; Vol. 34:433n).