James Madison Papers

To James Madison from Quinn and Fitzgerald, 7 October 1803

From Quinn and Fitzgerald

Washington City Oct 7th. 1803


The Malignant disease which has afflicted Alexandria for some time has prevented us from obtaining that assortment that is requisite and from want of An assortment we are afraid we will not be able to meet our enggagements with punctuality. If you could possibly let us have without inconvenience One hundred Dollars for fifteen Days you would confer A favour never to forgotten [sic]. We Are Sir With every Sentiment of esteem Your Hbe Servts

Quinn & Fitzgerald1

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