Thomas Jefferson Papers

From Thomas Jefferson to John Holmes Freeman, 5 January 1807

Washington Jan. 5. 07.


Your letter of Dec. 21. came duly to hand; but so constant have been my occupations that I have not had a single moment to re-examine our accounts, and make a final statement of them. I therefore, according to your request inclose you one hundred dollars, and will avail myself of the first moment I can to examine this matter & settle it finally. Accept my best wishes for your better health.

Th: Jefferson

PPAmP: Sol Feinstone Collection.

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