To Francis Eppes
Poplar Forest Nov. 26. 13.
I have written to ask the favor of mr Halcomb to permit your cousin Baker and yourself to come and pass tomorrow and next day with me here. I send horses for you both, and will send you back on Monday morning. I left your aunt and cousins well at Monticello, and in the hope of seeing you here this evening, I remain affectionately
PoC (CSmH: W. J. Rheese Papers); endorsed by TJ.
Eppes’s aunt in residence at Monticello was Martha Jefferson Randolph.
A missing letter from Eppes to TJ of 7 Nov. 1813 is recorded in SJL as received 10 Nov. 1813 from Lynchburg.
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