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I was honoured with your letter of the 14th. of August, and am truly sorry it is not in my power to throw any light on the subject. I made it my business to see Mr. John Browne and Mr. John Pierce in hope that by a free conversation with them something might be thought of that would give aid to the business, but they assured me every thing that came to their knowledge they had communicated to...
[ York, 7 May 1784 . Noted in SJL as received 24 May 1784. Not found; TJ enclosed Jameson’s letter in his to Monroe, 25 May 1784.]
I inclose you the Revenue Act and the act for Specific’s passed last Session. By the former the old Specific law is repealed and the exemption done away and not revived in the last. You say nothing of the Mule. I hope you received it safe. with the highest esteem I am Dr Sir Yr obt hb Servt, RC ( DLC ); TJ’s draft of his letter to Overton Carr, 16 Mch. 1782, q.v., is written on the blank pages...