Letter, to unidentified recipient [manuscript] 1800 Jan. 28.


Taylor, John, 1753-1824. Letter, to unidentified recipient [manuscript] 1800 Jan. 28.

Letter, to unidentified recipient [manuscript] 1800 Jan. 28.

Taylor writes about land transactions and difficulties with land warrants which the state has stopped issuing and mentions relations with France, disbanding the armed forces, Madison, Hamilton, and Adams.

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