Thomas Jefferson Papers

To Thomas Jefferson from John Mullowny, 30 June 1807

Philada. 30th. June 1807—


The indignation and resentment I feel for the insult given my Country by Britanic Tyranny amounts I believe to pure patriotism and if my capacity can render service against this all powerful Foe, it is only to command me If it may please your Excellency a personal conversation may lead you to know what station to place me in, in time of necessity, any call will meet with due respect and attention

I have the honor to be Your Excellencys Humble Sert—

Jno. Mullowny

DLC: Papers of James Monroe.

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