Thomas Jefferson Papers

To Thomas Jefferson from Charles K. Mallory, 26 October 1819

Norfolk Octor 26th 1819

Dear Sir

I have been favoured with your letter of the 17th respecting a box of mine & some seeds sent to my care, for you, by the Collector of Alexandria & have the pleasure to inform you that I had previously received & forwarded them to Richmond consigned to Mr Patrick Gibson The duties I presume were paid in Alexandria & no expenses on those articles have been incurred have. I beg you to be assured that no apology is or ever will be necessary for any service I have had or can have the honor of rendering you. I reciprocate your expressions of respect & esteem &

have the honor to be very respectfully your obt servt

Chas K. Mallory

MHi: Coolidge Collection.

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