To James Monroe
Monticello June. 24. 13.
Th: Jefferson to Colo Monroe.
Not doubting that you have in your office Centuplicates at least of the last Census, and of the reports of the patents for new inventions which are made I believe annually from the patent office, you will gratify me much by having a copy inclosed to me. affectionately Adieu.
PoC (MHi); dateline at foot of text; endorsed by TJ.
The census sought by TJ was Aggregate amount of each description of Persons within the United States of America, and the Territories thereof, agreeably to actual enumeration made according to law, in the year 1810 (Washington, 1811; Poor, Jefferson’s Library description begins Nathaniel P. Poor, Catalogue. President Jefferson’s Library, 1829 description ends , 11 [no. 686]).
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