Thomas Jefferson Papers

From Thomas Jefferson to John Milledge, 6 February 1809

Washington Feb. 6. 09.

Th: Jefferson presents his friendly salutations to Govr. Milledge and at the request of the editors of the papers below mentioned he takes the liberty of inclosing him a check on the bank of the US. here for 28 D 50/100 which they express the hope Govr. Milledge will be so good as to recieve & convey to them. the objects are as follows, according to the accounts recieved from them.

The Georgia republican. Everitt & Mc.lean. 7. 50
Public Intelligencer    Mc.lean 9.
Republican Everitt & Evans 12.
28. 50

proposing to decline reading newspapers he thinks he desired them to discontinue him as a subscriber, & now repeats the request.

DLC: Papers of Thomas Jefferson.

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