Thomas Jefferson Papers

To Thomas Jefferson from George Divers, 6 May 1819

Farmington 6th May 1819

Dr Sir,

Understanding that you do not abound in asparagus this spring, I send you apart of what we cut this morning, My health is improving very fast but I am not able to get my feet into my shoes, I have however road over my Farms twice within the last three days

Our peas are very backward this year, we shall expect you will come and partake of the first dish, of which I shall give you notice, in the mean time we should be glad you would come up at any time when you go to the University and take a family dinner with us, with sincere respect

I am Dr Sir, Yr. friend

George Divers

MHi: Coolidge Collection.

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