Thomas Jefferson Papers

To Thomas Jefferson from André Limozin, 9 November 1788

From André Lmozin

Le Havre, 9 Nov. 1788. Has not had a reply to his letter of 6 Oct.; nevertheless, he is shipping on the ship Sally, Captain Kennedy, TJ’s box of vinegar and perfumery, the bust of Lafayette, a clock forwarded to him while TJ was in Holland, and two trunks of Barclay’s papers. His Paris bankers, Sartorius & Co., have informed him that TJ has paid 254livre tournois 17s. 9d., the balance due on his account. “I suppose your Excellency hath given hint in america of the very high Prices of Wheat and flour in this kingdom.”

RC (MHi); 2 p.; endorsed. The receipt of Sartorius & Cie., dated 4 Nov. 1788, for the sum stated and endorsed by TJ “Sartorius for Limozin,” is in MHi.

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