Thomas Jefferson Papers

To Thomas Jefferson from Thomas Keene, 23 November 1791

From Thomas Keene

Richmond Novr. 23rd. 1791


By the direction of Mr. T: M. Randolph I now enclose you the Power of Attorney, which you should have had long since—but the necessity of one witness swearing to the signature, and all living up the Country has delayed the forwarding it untill now.

Please acknowledge the receipt, & believe me to be, with great respect Dear Sir Yr Mt: Obedt. & Obliged Hble Sert:

Thomas Keene
of the house Warington & Keene

RC (ViW: Tucker-Coleman Collection); endorsed by TJ as received 29 Nov. 1791 and so recorded in SJL. Enclosure not found.

A missing letter from Keene to TJ of 25 Aug. 1794 is recorded in SJL as received from Richmond on 3 Sep. 1794.

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