Thomas Jefferson Papers

To Thomas Jefferson from Thomas Munroe, 30 April 1805

Tuesday 30th. 1805

T. Munroe’s best respects to the President.

Being informed that Mr. Jonos was not in Alexandria, and fearing that it might be several days before a bill could be recd. from him, and that the House building on F street would be finished in the mean time T M has drawn the enclosed himself & would file it for an injunction early tomorrow if he was sure it was a proper bill—If the President under these circumstances will be pleased to pardon the trouble of looking over it at his leisure & should approve of it T M will immediately call on Judge Kilty with it—.

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