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From Thomas Jefferson to Thomas Munroe, 23 July 1807

July 23. 07.

While Th: Jefferson regrets the cause which obliges mr Munroe to be absent from this place, it is too imperative a one to admit of objection. as Th:J. will be absent himself shortly, he wishes, before mr Munroe’s departure to give orders for whatever monies may be wanting from the different funds for July, Aug. & Sep. dating them monthly. on this subject, a previous conversation might perhaps be useful. he salutes mr Munroe with esteem.

DLC: District of Columbia Papers.

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