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Thomas Law to Thomas Jefferson, 8 May 1815

From Thomas Law

Washington May 8 1815—

Dear Sir

I have the pleasure to enclose observations on the proposed Bank—The articles of association are printed in the National Intelligencer—

I remain With unfeigned esteem regard & respect

Thos Law—

RC (DLC); endorsed by TJ as received 12 May 1815 and so recorded in SJL. RC (DLC); address cover only; with PoC of TJ to Wilson Cary Nicholas, 15 July 1815, on recto and verso; addressed: “To Thomas Jefferson, Esqr Monticello Virginia”; franked; postmarked Washington, 9 May.

The enclosed observations on the proposed Patriotic Bank of Washington have not been found. Law was named one of thirteen commissioners charged with overseeing subscriptions to the new bank in the twenty-nine articles of association printed in the Washington Daily National Intelligencer, 2 May 1815.

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