Thomas Jefferson Papers

To Thomas Jefferson from Jacob Butler, 15 August 1808

on or before 15 Aug. 1808


I am yo friend—

Wishing you to Convey this letter to france to the Emper Napolion Bunaparte as my Brother to Inform him that I am anguis to see him Respecting the Pressent Situation of things in that Country as well as that of this

there is a grat or however sences to be a disbondent among the [Peable] in this Country of America About I know No know not what or see not what Never the Less I wish to see him on som Petickuler ocations which has taken Plase in the Cours of my Life

and there fore wissing him to sent for me to this Country a Ship that I may get Passage to frace as soon as is Conviniant Landing at the City of Washington I Wish you to sent me an answer With the first opertunity to frederick town acquainting me how thing is situadet

I am yor freind Respectfully

Jacob J B Butler

MHi: Coolidge Collection.

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