Thomas Jefferson Papers

From Thomas Jefferson to André Limozin and Others, 28 October 1787

To André Limozin and Others

Paris Octob. 28. 1787


I have the honor to inform you that declarations on the part of France and England for the continuance of peace were signed last night at Versailles, of which be so good as to notify the citizens of the U.S. concerned in commerce at your port, for their future government.

I have the honor to be sir your most obedt. & most hble. Servt.,

Th: Jefferson

PrC (DLC); in the hand of William Short, signed by TJ; at foot of text in TJ’s hand: “Limozin Loreilhe Cairnes Bondfeild Cathalan.” Recorded in SJL under 28 Oct. as follows: “Agents. circular. notifying peace.”

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