Thomas Jefferson Papers

To Thomas Jefferson from James Sullivan, 23 January 1808

Boston 23d Jany 1808


My Son Colonel Sullivan is going to Baltimore, and will probably go as far as Washington. I have requested him to wait on you with my respects; You will find him intelligent and correct in his answers to any inquiries you may be pleased to make of him. he has been very attentive to public concerns since he returned last Spring from Italy. He has been gone three years to Europe

I remain with veneration and respect your most humble Servant

James Sullivan

DLC: Papers of Thomas Jefferson.

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