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Thomas Jefferson to John Melish, 21 January 1814

To John Melish

Monticello Jan. 21. 14.

Th: Jefferson presents his compliments to mr Melish and his thanks for the renewed mark of his attention in sending him a copy of his military Atlas, a very interesting work in the present state of things. he begs leave to become a subscriber for the New General Atlas which mr Melish proposes to publish, of which he returns the Prospectus with his name to it. he salutes mr Melish with great esteem & respect.

PoC (DLC); dateline at foot of text; endorsed by TJ.

For the enclosed prospectus, see note to Melish to TJ, 21 Dec. 1813.

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