James Madison Papers

To James Madison from Thomas L. McKenney, 17 February 1821

From Thomas L. McKenney

Weston—Heights of Geo Town—Feby, 17. 1821.


I hope I may be excused for troubling you with the enclosed pamphlet.1 I am prompted to enclose it to you, Sir, by other considerations than those which relate to its merits.

I avail myself of the occasion to make a tender of my remembrance to Mrs. Madison, in which I am join’d by Mrs. McKenney; and to assure you of my Sincere & respectful regards.

Tho: L: McKenney

RC (DLC). Docketed by JM.

1This was probably Letter from the Superintendent of Indian Trade, to the Chairman of the Committee on Indian Affairs, Communicating a Report in Relation to Indian Trade. December 13, 1820 (Washington, 1820; Shoemaker 3860).

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