To Joseph C. Cabell
Monticello Sep. 3. 16.
I am afraid I have kept your papers longer than you expected. mr Randolph’s absence till within these two days has been the cause of it. they are valuable documents, and are now returned. with respect to the copy of my letter, I know it is safe in your hands, and I rely on your effectual care that it be kept out of the public papers. affectionately your’s
RC (ViU: TJP); at foot of text: “Joseph C. Cabell esq.”; endorsed by Cabell. PoC (MHi); on verso of reused address cover of otherwise unlocated letter from Joel Yancey to TJ of 8 June 1816 (addressed: “Mr Thomas Jefferson Monticello Near Milton”; franked; postmarked Lynchburg, 12 June, and Charlottesville, 19 June; recorded in SJL as received 19 June 1816 from Lynchburg); endorsed by TJ.
For the enclosed valuable documents, see Cabell to TJ, 4 Aug. 1816, and note. Cabell had made a copy of TJ’s 12 July 1816 letter to “Henry Tompkinson” (Samuel Kercheval).
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