Thomas Jefferson Papers

To Thomas Jefferson from Wilson Miles Cary, 27 November 1789

From Wilson Miles Cary

Ceeleys 27. Novr. 1789.

My Dear Sir

We were pleased to hear by one of our People yesterday, of your safe arrival at Norfolk, we hope with the young Ladies. We shall expect you will do us the favour of making our little Cottage your Home, for any time that may be agreeable to you, and as you will want Horses we shall have pleasure in accomodating you with them also, or any thing within our power. My Son and Family are with us and join us in best respects to you and the Ladies. I am Dear Sir Your Most Obedient St.,

Wilson-Miles Cary

RC (MHi); endorsed. Recorded in SJL as received 27 Nov. 1789.

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