From André Limozin
Havre de Grace 27th february 1788.
Most Honored Sir
I took the Freedom to trouble your Excellency yesterday & begd to procure the Forwarding of Sundry inclosed.1
I have the honor to remitt you a Bill of Lading of Captn Rolland of the Kings Packet No 3 for two Cases which Mr Jefferson Ambassor. of the US of America at the Court of Versailles our mutuall worthy Friend hath desired me to forward to your Excellency. I hope they will be deliverd in as good order as I have Shipped them. I have already payd the freight for them.2 I have the Honor to be with the very highest regard Your Excellency’s Most obedient & very Humble Servant
RC and enclosure (DLC).
1. Letter not found.
2. See Jefferson to JM, 6 Feb. 1788; Jefferson to Limozin, 14 Feb. 1788 (Boyd, Papers of Jefferson description begins Julian P. Boyd et al., eds., The Papers of Thomas Jefferson (19 vols. to date; Princeton, 1950——). description ends , XII, 591). The enclosed bill of lading, printed in French with the blanks filled in, is dated 26 Feb. 1788.