Thomas Jefferson Papers

From Thomas Jefferson to George Taylor, Jr., 29 July 1792

To George Taylor, Jr.

Monticello July 29. 1792.

Dr. Sir

The inclosed letter from Mr. Maury, being one of the parcel just recieved from you, be pleased to have published in Freneau’s and Fenno’s papers, with the names, date &c and to have the within letter delivered to Mr. Freneau by Crosby. I am with much esteem Dear Sir Your most obedt. humble servt

Th: Jefferson

P.S. Mr. Blodget writes me that he has sent from Boston by Capt. Norton of the sloop Juno, an engraved plate of the new city. I write to the Commissioners desiring them to inform you what they will have done with it. Be so good as to follow their directions on the subject.

PrC (MHi). Tr (DLC); 19th-century copy.

The inclosed letter was James Maury to TJ, 8 May 1792, which was published in the National Gazette and the Gazette of the United States on 8 Aug. 1792. The within letter has not been identified.

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