Letter, 1893 November 27, Germantown, [Philadelphia, Pennsylvania] to [Thomas] Pinckney, n.p.


Jefferson, Thomas, 1743-1826. Letter, 1893 November 27, Germantown, [Philadelphia, Pennsylvania] to [Thomas] Pinckney, n.p.

Letter, 1893 November 27, Germantown, [Philadelphia, Pennsylvania] to [Thomas] Pinckney, n.p.

Notes letters to and from Pinckney; mentions fever in Philadelphia; many inhabitants left city; President will arrive in about a week when Congress will meet; negotiations with northwestern Indians failed; mentions misunderstanding with Genet which will be made public at next meeting of Congress; wishes to hear from him on subject of Lafayette; copper by the Pigon and Mohawk received; our coinage of silver delayed by Mr. Coxe's inability to give required security. [Copy probably made for Henry Washington].

2 p. on 1 leaf ; 25 cm. x 40 cm.

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