Thomas Jefferson Papers

From Thomas Jefferson to Edward Hall, Jr., 20 August 1788

To Edward Hall, Jr.

Paris. Aug. 20. 1788.

Mr. Jefferson’s compliments to Mr. Hall and troubles him with a letter to Mr. Jay, which should not go through the post-office. He begs the favor of Mr. Hall to send it by the best conveiance which shall occur at the sea-ports he is going to, and to be so good as to drop a line to Mr. Jefferson, informing him by what vessel and to what port he sends it. He wishes Mr. Hall a pleasant journey.

PrC (DLC). Enclosure: TJ to Jay, following.

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