Thomas Jefferson Papers

To Thomas Jefferson from Nicholas Norris, 28 September 1802

From Nicholas Norris

Baltimore Septr. 28th. 1802


The Inclosed is forwarded by me, for your perusal, when done with it, please to transmit it to me, I could say much to you, but I do not wish to be Irksome. Your Friend.

Nicholas Norris

RC (MoSHi: Jefferson Papers); endorsed by TJ as received 5 Oct. and so recorded in SJL. Enclosure not found, but see TJ to Norris, 14 Oct. 1802.

Baltimore merchant Nicholas Norris (d. 1836) later served the city as a justice of the peace and experimented with silk cultivation at his country residence (Bridgeport, Conn., Republican Farmer, 21 July 1830; Baltimore Gazette and Daily Advertiser, 10 Sep. 1836; Vol. 34:433n).

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