Thomas Jefferson Papers
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From Thomas Jefferson to John Langdon, 11 March 1805

Washington Mar. 11. 05.

My Dear Sir

Your favor of the 25th. is recieved as is one also from your nephew at Boston inclosing a bill of lading for the 3. casks of perry; which I doubt not will arrive in due time. permit me now to inclose the cost 16. D. in such bills as I can get, which I am in hopes can be passed with you. I am just setting out for Monticello where I propose to pass three or four weeks in order to recruit after the fatigues of our winter campaign. Accept my affectionate salutations and assurances of constant friendship

Th: Jefferson

NhPoS: Langdon Papers.

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