Thomas Jefferson Papers

To Thomas Jefferson from J. Louis Fernagus De Gelone, 10 January 1822

Port au Prince 10. January 1822.


I am now in Port au Prince, employed by the Government. Deign to excuse me for the coarness of this paper! I am destined to work on the rules of howard, of Lancaster, and on your own. I shall be ever happy to hear from your most Venerable mind. I will take the liberty to Write to you, often. I have a great deal to mention to you.

Your most respectful Servant.

Fernagus De Gelone.
at the Lyceum.


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