Thomas Jefferson Papers

To Thomas Jefferson from Anthony S. Gadbury, 20 March 1802

From Anthony S. Gadbury

Alexandria 20 Mar. 1801 [i.e. 1802]

Dear Sir

I wrote you some days ago, informing you, I was in a disagreeable situation, for want of money in a strange place. I now have the pleasure to say I am releived by the arival of the mail the following evening.

please to inclose the inclosd letter directed to Richmond, Va.

Yrs Respectfully

A. S. Gadbury

RC (MHi); endorsed by TJ as a letter of 20 Mch. 1802 received 23 Mch. and so recorded in SJL.

I WROTE YOU SOME DAYS AGO: Gadbury to TJ, 15 Mch. 1802.

THE INCLOSD LETTER: Thomas F. Bates to Gadbury, 7 Dec. 1801, which Gadbury enclosed in his letter to TJ of 15 Mch.

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