§ From John Carroll
3 November 1809, Baltimore. Introduces Julius de Menou, a young man who wishes “an opportunity of expressing his respectful veneration for your worth and character, his love and attachment to the government and manners of this country, in which he has been educated from his infancy.” Adds his own expression of high esteem.
RC (DLC). 2 pp. Docketed by JM. Carroll was the archbishop of Baltimore. JM received three other letters on de Menou’s behalf—from Robert Goodloe Harper, dated 2 Nov. 1809, William DuBourg, 3 Nov. 1809, and Edward Lloyd, 6 Nov. 1809 (DNA: RG 59, LAR, 1809–17, filed under “De Menon” [sic]).