Thomas Jefferson Papers

From Thomas Jefferson to Charles Bonnycastle, 24 March 1825

Monto Mar. 24. 25.

Dear Sir

In my letter of Mar. 6. I mentioned to you that the Visitors would suspend coming to any immediate decision on the subject of yours of Mar. 4. until mr Gilmer could be heard from, I wrote to request his report on the subject which I have now recieved in a letter of the 12th and inclose for your perusal—in that he promises to be here within a fortnight from that date which is now within a day or two only, and have no doubt that your mutual recollections will produce a coincidence of understanding between you and whatever that is the Visitors will faithfully execute. I ask a return of his letter at your convenience & pray you to be assured of my great esteem and respect.

Th: J.

DLC: Papers of Thomas Jefferson.

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