Thomas Jefferson Papers

From Thomas Jefferson to John Bondfield, 11 January 1787

To John Bondfield

Paris Jan. 11. 1787.


In the moment of receiving your letter inclosing the passport, which wanted the Comptroller’s signature, I inclosed it to his bureau to obtain that ceremony. It is but this instant returned to me, and in the same I take the liberty of inclosing it to you and of assuring you of the esteem & respect with which I have the honour to be Sir Your most obedient & most humble servt.,

Th: Jefferson

PrC (DLC). See TJ to Colonia, 20 Dec. 1786 and 7 Jan. 1787. If Colonia sent the passport under a covering letter, it has not been found.

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