Memorandum to George Washington, [29 November 1790]

Memorandum to George Washington

A note of subjects, some of which the President may think proper to be
mentioned to Congress.

The extreme want of a coin: and necessity of pursuing the establishment
of a Coinage, and of uniformity in measures, weights and coins.

PrC (DLC: TJ Papers, 59: 10131); entirely in TJ's hand; undated; brackets in original.

Word interlined.