Letter to John Milledge [manuscript], 1802 April 30.

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Jefferson, Thomas, 1743-1826. Letter to John Milledge [manuscript], 1802 April 30.

Letter to John Milledge [manuscript], 1802 April 30.

ANS (signed in text) conveys travel directions (present, as an enclosure) for Milledge, U.S. Representative from Georgia, from "George town ferry...hence to Mr. [Thomas] Mann Randolph's" that include not only specific instructions for roads to be followed, but also Jefferson's notes on roads and taverns.

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