Letter, 1822 December 20, Monticello, [Albemarle County, Virginia], to James Pleasants, n.p.

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Jefferson, Thomas, 1743-1826. Letter, 1822 December 20, Monticello, [Albemarle County, Virginia], to James Pleasants, n.p.

Letter, 1822 December 20, Monticello, [Albemarle County, Virginia], to James Pleasants, n.p.

Congratulates him on accession to chair of Virginia government; future of University rests on disposition of governor; a friend from Philadelphia recommends Major S.H. Long for Civil Engineer to the Board of Public Works; does not know Major Long but trusts friend's judgment; supposes it is same person who conducted the exploring expedition to the Rocky Mountains.

2 p. on 1 leaf ; 25 cm. x 10 cm.

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