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From Thomas Jefferson to William Short, 22 July 1804

Washington July 22. 1804.

Dear Sir

I am just winding up for my departure and therefore have only time to inform you that I have left with mr Barnes the means and the instructions to make you the usual remittances in the forepart of the months of August & September, during which I shall be absent, and that we shall not be altogether without the hope of seeing you at Monticello. Accept my affectionate salutations and assurances of constant esteem & respect.

Th: Jefferson


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