Thomas Jefferson Papers

To Thomas Jefferson from Susannah Santoran, 14 March 1802

From Susannah Santoran

George Town March 14th 1802


I took the liberty to send you a valintine by poste the 14th of feby 1802 and I have ben waiting for a answer but receiv none which I have taken the opertunity to informe you where to Send the presant, as you know not where I lived and I hope that you will not take it as a miss for my making so free with your honours name1 as I am but a poor Girl but honest and has nothing to Suport me but my hands which I hope youre honour will not be a gain gaving me a presant by Post or any way that you think proper   I remain your humble Serven

Miss Susannah Santoran

at the Corner of high and Bridg Street with Miss MacDougal

RC (MHi); endorsed by TJ as received 17 Mch. and so recorded in SJL.

1MS: “mane.”

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