James Madison Papers

From James Madison to Thomas Jefferson, 27 July 1792

To Thomas Jefferson

July 27. 92

Dr Sir

I recd. yesterday your letters containing the papers inclosed. I recd. at the same time a letter from Mr. Maury of Liverpool in which was the little note which I also inclose.

Brown & a Col Edwards are the Senators for Kentucky. The latter sd. to be a good man & not likely to differ from the politics of his colleague. A distant kinsman of Mine Hubbard Taylor is likely to be one of the Reps. The other altogether uncertain. Muter is appd. a Judge & out of the question. I am this moment setting out for Fred⟨er⟩ick & only add in haste that I am Yrs. always & Affly.

Js. Madison Jr

Be so good as to let Col. Monroe have the Kentucky paper after you have done with it.

RC (DLC). Addressed by JM. Docketed by Jefferson, “recd. July 30.” Enclosures not found.

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