James Madison Papers

To James Madison from Joel Barlow, 18 September 1806

Ballston Springs 18 Sep. 1806

Dear Sir

The enclosed letter from William Lee is to ask leave of absence to come to the U. S. for a few months. It has been a long time arriving. If his request should be granted I know it would oblige him very much to have the answer dispatched as soon as convenient, & if not too much trouble, by duplicate, as many letters miscarry. With great respect your obet. Sert.

Joel Barlow

DNA: RG 59—ML—Miscellaneous Letters.

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