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I have the honor to inclose you a large Bundle of Papers sent to my Care by his Excellency Thoms Jefferson Ambassador of the US at the Court of Versailles to be Forwarded to you. I comply with a very great pleasure with his Excellency’s orders, Since it procures me the opportunity to assure you that I have the honor to be with the highest regard Most Honored Sir Your most obedt Hble Servt I...
Mr Thoms Jefferson Ambassadr of the US at the Court of Versailles forwarded me the Letter your Excellency was so Kind as to honor me with the 8th Ulto, inclosing me Captain Fournier’s Bill of Lading for 2 Barrlls apples. } which were deliverd. in the most 2 dto cranberries pityfull Condition, the fruit being intirely rotten 1 Box containing Fruit trees which I have forwarded to Mr Jefferson in...
I took the Freedom to trouble your Excellency yesterday & begd to procure the Forwarding of Sundry inclosed. 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...
Havre de Grace, 3 Dec. 1784 . Encloses “three Letters arrivd this day under my Cover from Alexandria with the American Brig the Friendship Captn. John Freman, consigned to me.” RC ( MHi ); endorsed. The enclosed letters have not been identified.
Le Havre, 18 Sep. 1785 . Acknowledges TJ’s letter of 11 Sep. by Capt. Yeaton and regrets that Yeaton did not succeed. Limozin will be happy to be of any service to TJ and to inform him of all ships passing between France and Virginia and the ports for which they are bound; he will also take care of the trunks as TJ requested. RC ( MHi ); 3 p.; dated at “Havre de Grace.” TJ’s entry in SJL for...
[ Le Havre, ca. 22 Sep. 1785 .] Acknowledges TJ’s letter of 20 Sep. Though he is busy and has not been well, he will have his old letters to his friend, Robert Morris, looked through and will send TJ copies of what he wrote on the question of Fortin’s claim to an inheritance. Since the given name in the papers sent by Morris to support the claim is not the same as that in church records in...
I shall take a particular Care in forwarding by my Ship Eolus Captn. Paon your Box and three trunks according to the direction you give me: my ship is to sail on the 5th. Instant if wind and weather permitt it. I wish therefore that the two Virginia’s Gentlemen you mentionn may have left Paris before this reach you. I have the Honor to acquaint you that the French Ship La Diligence de Cadix...
Le Havre, 4 Oct. 1785 . Encloses copy of his letter to Joseph Fortin concerning his inheritance rights to the “Estate to which he would be entitled had his Father not alterd his Christen name when he landed in America”; also copies of the church register and notice of property sale. It will be evident to TJ that Fortin’s claim cannot be pressed “as long as he will call him self son of Joseph...
[ Le Havre, 6? Oct. 1785 . Entry in SJL for receipt on 8 Oct. 1785 reads: “Limozin’s. Re-inclosing letter intended for Dumas.” Not found; the date has been assigned from the postscript to TJ to Limozin, 8 Oct. Enclosure: TJ to C. W. F. Dumas, 4 Oct. 1785 .
Le Havre, 11 Oct. 1785 . Acknowledges TJ’s letters of the 8th . He had never begun legal action on Fortin’s claim; use of the vouchers furnished under the name of Joseph would surely have defeated it and prevented him thereafter from any right to the estate, since “none of the deceasd Fortin’s family who left the Estate were calld Joseph, but … there is one missing calld Jean Baptiste.”...