Thomas Jefferson Papers

To Thomas Jefferson from John Wood, 8 January 1807

Union Tavern George Town 8 January 1807


Your subscription to the Prospectus which accompanies this letter is humbly requested. However injured my political character may have been by Newspaper rumours, I trust I shall always remain unbiased by any party in my sentiments. With the most fervent wishes for the prosperity of the United States—

I remain Sir with the utmost respect your most obedient Servant

John Wood

DLC: Papers of Thomas Jefferson.

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