Thomas Jefferson Papers

To Thomas Jefferson from James Currie, 23 January 1793

From James Currie

Richmond Jany. 23d. 1793

Dr. Sir

I had the honor of recieving your favor of the 19th. of Octr. –92 inclosing that of Mr. Barton’s to you of the 26th of Sepr 1792. I observe what he mentioned to you in his letter and the conversation held with him afterwards in regard to it and where to point his interrogatories particularly. I am under very great Obligations to you on this Occasion and beg leave here to Thank you once more for the Sollicitude you express to have it finishd before you leave Philadelphia, and unless it happens before that Period I shall despond in regard to it. I should be happy to hear from you soon on this Subject and I pray it may be equal to your warm and friendly wishes. With the most Sincere & Respectfull Attachment I have the Honor to be Sir your Most Ob. & Hble Serv.

James Currie

RC (DLC); endorsed by TJ as received 16 Feb. 1793 and so recorded in SJL.

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