Thomas Jefferson Papers

To Thomas Jefferson from André Limozin, 20 July 1787

From André Limozin

Le Havre, 20 July 1787. Acknowledges TJ’s letters of 4 and 17 July; submits his account, amounting to 684.₶ 3s.6d., for which sum he will draw on TJ, payable to his banker, whenever TJ directs. Has made application at the customs house about the package of seeds TJ mentioned; hopes he can soon answer TJ’s query about the town called Tessey; will forward the books sent by TJ’s bookseller. Asks for information about the prospects of the continuance of peace; a large part of his fortune is at sea and he would arrange to secure it if war seemed imminent.

RC (MHi); 4 p.; addressed and endorsed. Recorded in SJL as received 22 July 1787.

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