Thomas Jefferson Papers

From Thomas Jefferson to George Muter, [1780?]

To George Muter


Colo. Muter will be pleased to enquire into the particular arms and accoutrements delivered by deserters into hands responsible to the state, and to settle a price on them at about 80 for one of what they used to cost in the state. I will send the individuals to Colo. Muter.

RC (PHi); unsigned; addressed by TJ: “Colo. Muter”; endorsed: “Govr. respecting those people who have recd. Arms from Deserters & pointing out a mode of payment for them.” Without place or date, but doubtless written in late 1780 or early 1781.

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