Thomas Jefferson Papers

To Thomas Jefferson from Michael Weyer, 11 May 1802

From Michael Weyer

Cumberland Allegany County May 11th 1802

Honourable Sir

I Consider it a Just duety to inform you, that I Last wiek have got on the track of a valuable Silver mint, of which I have had a pice of ore in my hands, and I am by it Persuated that it is a valueable one, and that I would be Rewarted for the Discovery there of

Sir I am your very Humble Sarand.

Michael Weyer

RC (DLC); at foot of text: “Most Honourable Thomas Jefferson President”; endorsed by TJ as received 23 May and so recorded in SJL.

Weyer also wrote James Madison early in his presidency (Madison, Papers description begins William T. Hutchinson, Robert A. Rutland, J. C. A. Stagg, and others, eds., The Papers of James Madison, Chicago and Charlottesville, 1962–, 32 vols. Sec. of State Ser., 1986–, 8 vols. Pres. Ser., 1984–, 6 vols. Ret. Ser., 2009–, 1 vol. description ends , Pres. Ser., 2:265).

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