Thomas Jefferson Papers

To Thomas Jefferson from John Page, 14 August 1804

Augt. 14th. 1804

Dear Sir

I take the Liberty of introducing to you Mr. George Newton a Son of my old Friend Col. Newton of Norfolk on his way to Staunton.

I am sorry it is not in my power as yet to say when I shall have the pleasure of visiting you, as I am under the necessity of going down to York & Rosewell first.   Mrs. Page unites with me in presenting our Compliments & best Wishes to yourself Mr. & Mrs. Randolph. Be pleased to inform him, that our Friend Mr. Carr was nominated, but that the Council seemed to have determined on Mr. Giles & Mr. Moore to supply the places of Mr. Nicholas & Mr. Venable in the Senate.

I am with great respect & Esteem your obedt. Servant

John Page

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