Thomas Jefferson Papers

To Thomas Jefferson from John Page, 28 November 1805

Richmond November 28th. 1805


I have the honor to inclose to you a Copy of a letter from the coroner of the County of Norfolk, by which it appears that John Bullen, a Soldier of the Garrison of Norfolk has been murdered by Woodley Eastridge a Drummer of the said Garrison, who has fled from justice, and said to be at Fort McHenry, within the jurisdiction of the United States. I make to you Sir, this Communication that such steps may be taken to bring the Culprit to justice as may by you be deemed proper.

I have the honor to be &c.

John Page.

Vi: Executive Letterbook.

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