Thomas Jefferson Papers

To Thomas Jefferson from John Vaughan, 24 June 1822

Philad 24. June 1822

D Sir

Your favor was recd & I have procured from Mr Girard 960 Franks in Paris which I have remitted to M Dodge—But during some serious indisposition of one of our family—your letter for M Dodge is mislaid I regret the Circumstance & request that you will immediately send me another & Copy, one shall go from hence one from N York—the Bill 1s & 2d went this day

I remain with respect & affection Y. friend

Jn Vaughan

The outrageous attack of the Native Virgan has excited much indignation—His malevolence at first & his weakness & [. . .] piece have been made by you / [. . .]


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