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To Thomas Jefferson from Edward Miller, 12 March 1806

Newyork, 12th. March, 1806.

Sir

I beg leave to lay before you a small publication concerning the Malignant Fever which has so often prevailed within a few years in various parts of the United States.

The importance of this subject, in relation to the foreign commerce of America and the social intercourse of nations, will afford, I trust, a sufficient apology for another attempt to exhibit & arrange the facts on which public opinion ought to be formed.

With sentiments of the highest respect, I have the honour to be, Sir, your most obedient and humble Servant,

Edward Miller

DLC: Papers of Thomas Jefferson.

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