Thomas Jefferson Papers

To Thomas Jefferson from James Jay, 2 January 1809

New York Jany. 2. 1809—

Dear Sir

On a presumption that the information contained in the enclosed paper will be agreeable, I do myself the pleasure to send it to you. It certainly affords great reason to think that if the Embargo be continued, and vigorously executed, it will answer the End. Some measures should be taken to render it more effectual in this Port. With the Compts. of the Season I remain

Dear Sir Your Most Obt. Servt.

James Jay

MHi: Coolidge Collection.

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