Thomas Jefferson Papers

From Thomas Jefferson to James Madison, 25 September 1804

Monticello Sep. 25. 04.

Th:J to Mr. Madison

I intended to have been with you tomorrow evening, but it is rendered now improbable, partly by the weather, but more by the arrival of M. & Made. Yrujo last night. they are now here, and go back from hence to Washington. if they leave us tomorrow I shall be with you the next day. he has opened his budget which we have smoothed off. it must be the subject of verbal communication to you. affectionate salutations.

DLC: Papers of James Madison.

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