§ From Richard M. Johnson1
19 February 1810, Washington. Recommends John Monroe of Lexington for nomination as a territorial judge in Mississippi in the event that the position is created.
RC (DNA: RG 59, LAR, 1809–17, filed under “Monroe”). 1 p.
1. Richard M. Johnson was a Republican representative from Kentucky, 1807–19. He recommended John Monroe again to JM—for nomination as U.S. attorney in Ohio—on 24 Oct. 1810 (ibid.).