George Washington to Thomas Jefferson, 17 June 1792

From George Washington

Dear Sir

The Attorney General will, I presume, draw the Deed for the Lot for the Mint. The purchase of it, I approve of.

If you can aid me in answering the queries of Mr. Young, contained in his letter enclosed, I would thank you—I wish to write to him by Mr. Pinckney.

Is not fish Oil one of the things that will claim the particular attention of Mr. Morris? Yours &ca.

Go: Washington

RC (DLC); addressed: “Mr. Jefferson”; endorsed by TJ as received 17 June 1792. Enclosure: Arthur Young to Washington, 18 Jan. 1792.