Thomas Jefferson Papers

From Thomas Jefferson to Daniel Parker, 10 December 1788

To Daniel Parker

Paris Dec. 10. 1788.

Dear Sir

You were so kind as to offer to bring from London for me any little matter I might have occasion for. I take the liberty therefore of troubling you with a commission which the inclosed letter will fully explain to you. After perusing it I must ask the favor of you to send it to it’s address, with information, to the person, of your lodgings and the day you will leave London. I will not add to your trouble further [than] to assure you of the esteem & attachment with which I am Dr. Sir your most obedt. & most humble servt.,

Th: Jefferson

PrC (MHi). Enclosure: TJ to William Jones, same date.

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