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To Thomas Jefferson from John Martin Baker, 1 March 1809

Washington March 1st. 1809


Consequence of the present state of affairs in Spain, and the uncertainty of when tranquillity will again be permanent, and trade current, I take the liberty to solicit Sir, a letter of Credence to act as Consul on the Island of Sardinia.—

I have the Honor to be with the highest Respect and Gratitude. Sir Your Most Obedient humble Servant

John Martin Baker.

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

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