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&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;G.Wythe to Th’ Jefferson. <br />
 
&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;G.Wythe to Th’ Jefferson. <br />
&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;I took the libery, my dear sir, some weeks ago, to ask the favor of you to put me in the way of getting from an officer, at a distant past, some money which he owed to a freed woman living with me. his brother hath this day agreed to discharge the debt. i hope you had no trouble about it. farewell. 19 jun, 1801. <br />
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&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;I took the libery, my dear sir, some weeks ago, to ask the favor of you to put me in the way of getting from an officer, at a distant post, some money which he owed to a freed woman living with me. his brother hath this day agreed to discharge the debt. i hope you had no trouble about it. farewell. 19 jun, 1801. <br />
  
  
 
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"Wythe to Thomas Jefferson, 19 June 1801." Image from the Library of Congress, The Thomas Jefferson Papers.

    G.Wythe to Th’ Jefferson.
    I took the libery, my dear sir, some weeks ago, to ask the favor of you to put me in the way of getting from an officer, at a distant post, some money which he owed to a freed woman living with me. his brother hath this day agreed to discharge the debt. i hope you had no trouble about it. farewell. 19 jun, 1801.