Monroe, James
thinks that revenue bill now before the Virginia assembly will pass despite opposition, does not know if the assembly will reduce the number of delegates sent to Congress, Thomas Jefferson will probably be elected to Congress to take the place of Joseph Jones if Jones resigns, intends to apply for admission to the bar, reports of charges of misconduct against public officials have not arrived in Richmond-public officials should expect to be victims of such attacks, asks him to purchase a guitar for St George Tucker
University of Mary Washington
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Papers of James Monroe
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