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From Thomas Jefferson to Caesar Augustus Rodney, 1 May 1807

Monticello May 1. 07.

Th: Jefferson returns to mr Rodney judge Rodney’s letters with thanks for the communication. he has entire confidence that the Atty General will spare no attention or effort to have all the evidence which exists produced in the developement of the late conspiracy. should not Ashley, when at Richmond, have been subpoenaed as a Witness?   the case of the Attorney and Marshal of the territories requires to be considered of on my return to Washington which will be on the 16th. instant. Affectionate salutations.

CSmH: Papers of Thomas Jefferson.

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