Thomas Jefferson Papers

To Thomas Jefferson from J. Louis Fernagus De Gelone, 16 February 1820

New York february 16th 1820.

Most respected Sir.

I received the honour of your letter and the 22. dollars inclosed, for which this is a receipt. I truly beg you to accept my thanks for it and my vows for your felicity and perfect health.

In Philadelphia, lately, I Saw a Gentleman who is one of the Professors of your College of Milton. Perhaps, You will be Kind enough to let me have the custom of that establishment.

I am devotedly and very respectfully Sir Your most humble obedient servant

fernagus De Gelone

MHi: Coolidge Collection.

Index Entries