From Francis Eppes
Millbrook Nov 23d 1814
I wish to see you very much. I have not been able to go to School this Session. I cannot Come to Monticello Christmas for I expect my Father Home. give my love to Aunt Randolph and all of my1 Cousins. belive me to be Your most Affectionate Grandson
RC (ViU: TJP-ER); addressed: “Mr Thomas JeffersonMonticelloby Martin”; endorsed by TJ as received 25 Nov. 1814 and so recorded in SJL.
On 26 Oct. 1814 Eppes’s father, John Wayles Eppes, wrote his son from Washington, D.C., that he planned to come home for “five or six days” during the Christmas holidays (NcD: John Wayles Eppes Papers).
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