To George Richardson
Monticello Jan. 16. 10
Your letter of Dec. 22. has been duly recieved. if you wish to write to your brother in Jamaica & will send the letter to me I will endeavor to get a conveyance for it. should you propose to go to Jamaica, it is presumed a passage can always be had from any of the seaport towns, where also you can be inoculated with the kine pox before your departure. Baltimore or Norfolk would I suppose be the most convenient ports. I am Sir
PoC (MHi); at foot of text: “Mr George Richardson”; endorsed by TJ.