Thomas Jefferson Papers

To Thomas Jefferson from Mary Barclay, 6 February 1787

From Mary Barclay

St. Germain-en-Laye 6 febry. 1787


I am infinitely obliged and thankfull for your friendly and ready compliance with the request in my last, and as I have not a proper person to send for the money have taken the liberty to draw on you at sight, should there be any thing improper in this mode, I beg you will attribute it to my ignorance in matters of this kind, and believe me to be with sincere respect and esteem Sir your most obedt. humble Servant,

M Barclay

RC (MHi); endorsed: “Barclay Mrs.” Not recorded in SJL. Mrs. Barclay’s letter containing the request has not been found, but see TJ to her, 2 Feb. 1787.

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