James Madison Papers

To James Madison from Robert Taylor, 17 September 1802

From Robert Taylor

Septr. 17th. 1802

Dear Sir

I received yours with the papers sent,1 but own that I do not sufficiently comprehend what it is expected Doctr. Rose is to convey to you to enable me to prepare the proper conveyance. I wish you would make a particular memo: so that no mistake can arise in drawing the deed—no copy of your fathers Will is in my hands. I still think you had better postpone the conveyance to Mrs. Rose until a division has been made when each can convey more definitely what is intended. I am Yr. affte friend

Robert Taylor

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