From Thomas Law
Washington Feby 8th 1817.
Permit me to request your attention to the enclosed—I have endeavored to convey my sentiments with perspicuity & energy—The subject is a most important one, & I obeyed the impulse of duty—Conscious how much prejudice I have to encounter, I hope that some abler pen, will strengthen what is weak & enlighten what may be obscure—
RC (DLC); endorsed by TJ as received 16 Feb. 1817 and so recorded in SJL. RC (DLC); address cover only; with PoC of TJ to James Monroe, 13 Apr. 1817, on verso; addressed: “To Thomas Jefferson Esq Monte Cello”; franked; postmarked Washington City, 10 Feb. Enclosure: Law, Homo’s Letters on a National Currency, addressed to the People of the United States (Washington, 1817; possibly Poor, Jefferson’s Library description begins Nathaniel P. Poor, Catalogue. President Jefferson’s Library, 1829 description ends , 9 [no. 491]).
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