Thomas Jefferson Papers

To Thomas Jefferson from Thomas Law, 30 November 1822

Washington 30 Novr 1822

Thomas Law Esqr from bodily infirmity has devolved upon Mr J. B. Cutting the grateful task of inclosing to Thomas Jefferson late–President of the United States a recent essay upon a complicated subject.

Mr Cutting for himself, tenders Mr Jefferson his most respectful recollections and good wishes—accompanied with regret for the accident that has lately befallen him; from the effects of which Mr C— (in common with thousands of his fellow citizens) hopes Mr Jefferson may soon recover.

DLC: Papers of Thomas Jefferson.

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