Thomas Jefferson Papers

From Thomas Jefferson to James Madison, 11 March 1819

Monticello Mar. 11. 19.

Dear Sir

I inclose you a letter recieved last night from mr Cabell containing intersting information as to our University as well as something further with respect to Dr Cooper. be so good as to return it with those formerly sent you. I recieved by the same mail a commission as visitor, and an authentic appointment of the last Monday of this month for our first meeting at the University. I have written to the new members to request them to come here the day before that by talking matters over at our leisure we may make a short business of it at the University where we shall have no accomodation. ever & affectionately your’s

Th: Jefferson

DLC: Papers of Thomas Jefferson.

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