Letters of Thomas Jefferson, James Madison and James Monroe, 1813-1817, n.d.

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Clay, Charles, fl. 1799-1819,. Letters of Thomas Jefferson, James Madison and James Monroe, 1813-1817, n.d.

Letters of Thomas Jefferson, James Madison and James Monroe, 1813-1817, n.d.

In a letter, 1813 December 28, Jefferson advises Charles Clay that the prices for Mr. Forbes' cotton and wool carding machines are higher than originally estimated. In a letter, 1814 October 20, James Monroe informs Georgia governor Peter Early that the Georgia contractor must supply rations to both militia and regulars, asks him to make requisitions, and reports that Thomas Pinckney will need an officer from the Quartermaster Dept. for his militia. In a letter, 1817 October 12, James Madison writes to Richard Cutts regarding a gardener for Montpelier, missing numbers of "Niles' Weekly Register" and his autographed copy of Marbois' history of Benedict Arnold's treason which Richard Rush has. With these is an engraving of Jefferson by Thomas B. Welch.

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