James Madison Papers

James Madison to William Jones, 15 May 1828

May 15. 1828

Dr Sir

With my thanks for the past, I beg the favr. of your attention to the letter now inclosed. I wish you to abridge the trouble I give by omitting that of answering my letters, [ae in] yrs of the [2]2[nd] just recd. Th[ere] is so little risk in the mail [however] to Philad. that I can safely take for granted that there has been no miscarriage. recd. & With great & cordl. esteem

J. M.

Draft (DLC).

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