Thomas Jefferson Papers

To Thomas Jefferson from Caldcleugh & Thomas, 27 September 1805

Philadelphia Septr. 27. 1805


On an Invoice of Charts lately recieved from John Hamilton Moore, (the Publisher) he makes a memorandum, requesting us to forward to you a small parcel in the case.—the case has been opened, & we find a long parcel directed to you, which we suppose to be a new Chart—as the Officers at the Custom House are very strict in having all parcels, that have no Invoice accompanying them, sent to the Custom House; this parcel has according to their orders been sent there—We have taken the Liberty of informing you thereof, presuming you may not have any advice of it, from Mr. Moore, & in order that you may direct it being sent on to you.—

We are Sir With respect Yr. obdt. Servts.

Caldcleugh & Thomas

MHi: Coolidge Collection.

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