Thomas Jefferson Papers

To Thomas Jefferson from John Browne Cutting, 4 September 1824

Washington 4 Septr 1824.

Dear Sir

Accept my grateful acknowledgments for your letter of Aug 27th

The documents that you have been so obliging as to cause to be, a second time transcribed, and to re–authenticate with your signature, will serve me essentially: and superadded to the copy of your favour of July 2d, afford all the testimony that I could expect or desire.

With a repetition of regret for having given you so much trouble and thanks for such tokens of your regard, I remain with durable esteem and very great respect.

Dear Sir, Your much obliged and obedt Servt

John Browne Cutting

DLC: Papers of Thomas Jefferson.

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