James Madison Papers

To James Madison from Jacob Hoffman, 10 February 1817

Feby. 10, 1817.

The undersigned, understanding that William G. Adams late of Alexandria D. C. but resident at present at Marseilles is an applicant, for the Consulate of the United States at that place, take pleasure in stating our conviction that his activity, experience and information will be faithfully directed to the fulfillment of the duties of the Office, should he be appointed, and do recommend his Appointment, Accordingly.

Jacob Hoffman

G. Deneale

John & Ths. Vowell

Borries Kurtz

Joseph Dean

Tho. Swann

Robert Young

⟨Randolph⟩ Scott

Nathl. Bottler

George Taylor

Thomas Irwin

Phineas Janury

Chas. I. Catlett

Thomas H. Howland.

DNA: RG 59—LAR—Letters of Application and Recommendation.

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