Thomas Jefferson Papers

To Thomas Jefferson from John Trumbull, 29 May 1789

From John Trumbull

London May 29th. 1789.

Dr. Sir

The Diligence which leaves this tomorrow morning will bring your books and pictures.—I was prevented sending them on thursday.—A Duplicate of your Account with the Bills &c. will come by Mr. Broome if I have a moment to prepare for him.

Your A——Letters I shall have an opportunity to send to Boston in a few days—there is no other conveyance for some time, except the exceptionable one. I am Dr Sir most Gratefully Your

Jno Trumbull

RC (DLC); endorsed. Recorded in SJL as received 3 June 1789.

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