Letter, 1807 December 3, Washington [D.C.] to Le Ray de Chaumont, n.p.


Letter, 1807 December 3, Washington [D.C.] to Le Ray de Chaumont, n.p.

Acknowledges the receipt of de Chaumont's letter of Nov. 26 along with Corinne of Madame de Stael; apologizes for not acknowledging the receipt of de Chaumont's letter of July 12; says that press of public business prevented him from doing so.

1 p. on 1 leaf ; 25 cm. x 20 cm.


SNAC Resource ID: 7811088

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