From John Graham
Washington 2d March 1814—
I have the pleasure to inform you, that I forwarded by Mr Clay the Packet for Mr Warden, which you sent to me, and as Mr Clay will have occasion to dispatch a Courier to Mr Crawford at Paris, very soon after his arrival at Gottemburg, there is every reason to beleive that it will reach its destination in safety and without delay—
It will be some time, I fear, before I meet with so good a conveyance for the Letter to Mr Foronda; but I will not fail to do the best I can with it. I have understood that a Despatch vessel will probably be sent to Europe very soon—Should you wish to write by her, it will give me great pleasure to forward any Letters which you may think proper to direct to my Care.
With Sentiments of the Highest Respect—
RC (DLC); at foot of text: “Thomas Jefferson Esqr”; endorsed by TJ as received 11 Mar. 1814 and so recorded in SJL.
- Clay, Henry; carries TJ’s letters to Europe search
- Crawford, William Harris; transmits letters to and from TJ search
- Foronda, Valentín de; letters to mentioned search
- Graham, John; letters from search
- Graham, John; TJ sends letters through search
- State Department, U.S.; forwards letters search
- Warden, David Bailie; letters to mentioned search