Thomas Jefferson Papers

To Thomas Jefferson from George Morgan, 29 June 1807

Richmond June 29th. 1807


My Son, John, conceiving it to be indispensibly necessary that he should attend to his Family, & Business, during the Adjournment of the Court to call the Venire from Wood and the adjacent Counties, he proposes to make a short Halt at the federal City, to pay his Respects to you, & to Mr Maddison; & to communicate certain Matters to you; or to the Attorney General, which I think, as he does, ought to be known to you both, & to the Secretary of the Treasury, which he, my Son, will undertake to develope, & to serve the necessary Subpoenas if cloathed with the necessary Powers from the Attorney General & the Marshal—

I am happy in this Opportunity of making him known to you, with my Assurances of our Respects & perfect Attachments

George Morgan

of Morganza

DLC: Papers of Thomas Jefferson.

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