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title:“Thomas Jefferson to James Madison”
authors:Thomas Jefferson
date written:1810-7-26

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Jefferson, Thomas. "Letter to James Madison." Supplement to Max Farrand's The Records of the Federal Convention of 1787. Ed. James H. Hutson. New Haven: Yale University Press, 1987. 306. Print.
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Autograph Letter Signed, Library of Congress

Thomas Jefferson to James Madison (July 26, 1810)

Monticello July 26, 10
Dear sir, Your's of the 17th and that by the last mail are received. I have carefully searched among my papers for that of Hamilton which is the subject of your letter, but certainly have it not. If I ever had it (which I should doubt) I must have returned it. I say I doubt having had it because I find it in your Conventional debates under the date of June 18 where it is copied at full length, being so entered I presume in your original manuscript. Having it in that, I do not suppose I should have wanted his original. I presume you have your MS. of the debates with you. If you have not, drop me a line and I will copy it from my copy. . . .

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