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From Thomas Jefferson to James Walker, 1 March 1807

Washington Mar. 1. 07.

Sir

I recieved a letter some time ago from Stewart informing me he was sued for the hire of the woman who lives with him, that you were become bail for his appearance. I intended by last post to have desired you to become his special bail, and that when I should come home I would settle it for him, but such was the pressure of business it was impossible for me to write, & tomorrow is the day it will be wanting. in hopes you will do what is necessary I write the present to assure you I will take it off your hands as soon as I come home, which will be within ten days. Accept my best wishes.

Th: Jefferson

MHi: Coolidge Collection.

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