James Madison Papers

Frank Carr to James Madison, 9 August 1831

Charlottesville Augt. 9th. 1831

Dear Sir,

This will be handed you by Mr. Jacobs principal of the deaf & Dumb asylum, Danville Kentucky. He visits Virginia for the purpose of investigating some revolutionary claims of Majr. Robert Powell, & has been informed that you might be able to give him some information which might be of service to him. With this view he has requested a letter of introduction.

May I ask whether your Rheumatism has been benefited by the remedy I took the liberty of sending you? With sentiments of Veneration & respect I am <&c> &c

Frank Carr

RC (DLC). Docketed by JM.

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