Letter to William Rawle

William Jackson

Philadelphia

July 07, 1787

Sir

In obedience to a vote of the Convention, I do myself the honour to request that you will be pleased to communicate the thanks of that honourable Body to the Directors of the Library Company of Philadelphia for their polite attention, expressed in the resolve, which your letter enclosed to His Excellency the President.

I have the honor to be, very respectfully,

Sir, your obedient humble servant

W. Jackson Secretary

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