Thomas Jefferson Papers

To Thomas Jefferson from George Logan, 5 April 1806

Washington April 5th 1806

My Dear Sir

  knowing your wish to become acquainted with the sentiments of our most enlightened Citisens respecting public affairs. I take the liberty of enclosing for your perusal a Letter I have received from our mutual friend J: Dickinson. A Man whose political character is held in the highest estimation by his fellow citizens; and who on this occasion speaks the language of a large majority of the citizens of Penna. I am your real & sincere friend

Geo Logan

DLC: Papers of Thomas Jefferson.

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