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Note signed Thomas Jefferson to John Woodhouse, Marsalla, May 4, 1806

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Identifier: D04459

Title: Note signed Thomas Jefferson to John Woodhouse, Marsalla, May 4, 1806

Description: States that he has heard nothing regarding the preceding and is sending "this duplicate by the frigate Chesapeak which carries home the Tunisian ambassador." This note is at the bottom of a page that contains a notation "June 28, 1805. Original by the John Adams. Duplicate by the Huntress, which being intercepted by one of the belligerent privateers, a triplicate was forwarded at this date." The original request that Woodhouse, a wine merchant, send "a pipe of the first quality" because "it is the practice to brandy wine for the American market" is also copied at the top of the page and is dated May 5, 1805.

Rights: NoC-US

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Dates: 1806-05-04

Type(s): Letter

Maker/Creator: Jefferson, Thomas, 1743-1826

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