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Thomas Jefferson to Joshua Stow, 23 March 1817

To Joshua Stow

Monticello Mar. 23. 17.


I have recieved the copy you have been so kind as to send me of the Address and Constitution of the Connecticut society for the encouragement of American manufactures, and beg leave thro’ you to return thanks to the Society for this mark of their attention. no one more zealously wishes success to their views, from a very thorough conviction of their importance to the Cement, as well as Independance of the union. I offer to them and yourself the assurance of my high consideration.

Th: Jefferson

PoC (CSmH: JF-BA); on verso of address cover of otherwise unlocated letter from Richard Peters to TJ, 15 Feb. 1817 (addressed: “Thomas Jefferson Esqr Monticello Virginia”; franked; postmarked; recorded in SJL as received 27 Feb. 1817 from Philadelphia); at foot of text: “Mr Joshua Stow”; endorsed by TJ.

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  • Connecticut; Connecticut Society for the Encouragement of American Manufactures search
  • Jefferson, Thomas; Books & Library; receives works search
  • manufacturing; encouragement of in U.S. search
  • manufacturing; TJ on search
  • Peters, Richard; letter from accounted for search
  • Stow, Joshua; and Connecticut Society for the Encouragement of American Manufactures search
  • Stow, Joshua; letter to search