Thomas Jefferson Papers

To Thomas Jefferson from Charles Clay, 26 April 1819

Petty Grove 26. 19

C. Clay to Mr Jefferson)

would it not be well to have those deeds on trust witnessed, altho I may Retain them or did your Recommendation with Respect is the View of the Confidential Friend mean that or would it be sufficient for the insfficition of such an one without any memorandum to aid his memory? Mrs Clay is no Stranger to my Views & intentions in this business & apparantly Coincides with them; a Considerable amount will Remain on Our hands to manage after the execution of those trusts; health and happiness attend you, adieu.—

ViU: Edgehill-Randolph Papers.

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