James Madison Papers

To James Madison from Christopher S. Thom, 10 June 1807

Boston June 10th. 1807.


I have not yet experienced much benefit for the complaint in my Eye, and think it advisable to quit the Office. Previous to leaving Washington I settled the Contingent accounts at the Treasury. Mr. Pleasonton is acquainted with the business that I was employed on, and will I presume have the goodness to superintend the settlement of the accounts for the payment of awards under the British Treaty which I hope will be found correct. I beg leave to express my thanks for your indulgence to me. With the greatest respect, I am, Sir, Your most Obt. Servt.

Christopher S. Thom

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