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To Thomas Jefferson from Caesar Augustus Rodney, 19 March 1806

Philadelphia March 19. 1806.

Honored & Dear Sir,

The intelligence contained in the enclosed, is at this crisis, so interesting & important, that I transmit it to you by the return of the same mail which brought it on, lest by some accident the official dispatches may not have yet reached you. I will thank you to return it when you have done with it, as part of it, relates to a fine little boy of mine who is afflicted with the most distressing of all human diseases, the stone. With great respect & esteem I am Dr. Sir in haste

Yours Very Sincerely

Caesar A. Rodney

DLC: Papers of Thomas Jefferson.

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