From James Madison
Augst 16. 1801
Mrs. Tudor (the lady of Judge Tudor of Boston) with her son, intending to be at Monticello this evening or tomorrow, I entrust to them the inclosed papers, which will thus reach you a little earlier, than if detained for the mail, by which I shall again write to you. In the mean time I remain
Yours most respectfully & affy.
RC (ViU); endorsed by TJ as received 16 Aug. and so recorded in SJL as from the State Department with notation “inclosing papers & ad legendum.” Enclosure: Joel Roberts Poinsett to TJ, 24 July. Other enclosures not found.