Memoir, Correspondence, And Miscellanies, From The Papers Of Thomas Jefferson, Volume 4
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The opinion universally entertained of the extraordinary abilities of Thomas Jefferson, and the signal evidence given by his country, of a profound sense of his patriotic services, and of veneration for his memory, have induced the Editor, who is both his Executor and the Legatee of his Manuscript Papers, to believe that an extensive publication from them would be particularly acceptable to the American people. The Memoir, contained in the first volume, commences with circumstantial notices of his earliest life; and is continued to his arrival in New York, in March, 1790, when he entered on the duties of the Department of State, of which he had been just appointed Secretary.
- Category: Biography
- Published: 04 July 1826
- Publisher: Public Domain
- Print Length: 941 Pages
- Language: English