James Madison Papers

To James Madison from Louis-André Pichon, 4 November 1803

From Louis-André Pichon

4. 9ber. 1803.

Mr. Pichon presents his respectfull thanks to Mr. Madison for the information contained in his billet of thursday.1 Mr. Pichon takes the liberty to beg of Mr. Madison to be so kind as to take the trouble to see that the copies of Treaties which are to be delivered to M. P. from the State office be in readiness to be forwarded. Mr Pichon will also take it as a particular favor if he is enabled to send the text of the law which has or will be passed for the creation ⟨and⟩ delivery of the Stock:2 this paper being of material consequence to the french Government. Therefore if the act was not published at the time of the expediting of the dispatches he will beg M. Madison to procure him a copy of it.

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