Thomas Jefferson Papers

From Thomas Jefferson to Bernard Peyton, 20 February 1824

Monto 20. 24.

Dr Sir

I received yesterday your’s of the 16th and by the mail which goes tomorro. morng I have written on the subject with all my heart and soul, and have said that I would desire you in the moment of the occurrence to address a letter of informn directly to himself that no time may be lost by it’s passing thro’ me. do not wait for documents, only say that they shall follow: they will be desired merely to be used as a justifn. I think you may be of good heart. ever & affectly yours



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