Thomas Jefferson Papers

Charles K. Mallory to Thomas Jefferson, 17 February 1817

From Charles K. Mallory

Norfolk Feby 17th 1817


In compliance with the request contained in your letter of the 1st of Septr last I do myself the pleasure to inform you that there have arrived here, via Charleston, consigned to my care, two cases of Tuscan wine sent to you by our Consul at Leghorn in the Brig Saucy Jack, which, according to your directions, I shall have forwarded by the first good opportunity to Messrs Gibson & Jefferson of Richmond. Assuring you that I shall at all times take pleasure in attending to your commands, I have the honor to be with very high respect & regard

Your obt servt

Chas K. Mallory

RC (MHi); endorsed by TJ as received 23 Feb. 1817 and so recorded in SJL. RC (DLC); address cover only; with PoC of TJ to Thomas Appleton, 16 Mar. 1817, on verso; addressed: “The Honble Thomas Jefferson Monticello”; franked; postmarked Norfolk, 18 Feb.

Index Entries

  • Appleton, Thomas; and wine for TJ search
  • Florence, Italy; wine of search
  • Gibson & Jefferson (Richmond firm); and wine acquired by TJ search
  • Mallory, Charles King; and wine for TJ search
  • Mallory, Charles King; as collector at Norfolk search
  • Mallory, Charles King; letters from search
  • Saucy Jack (brig) search
  • Tuscany, Italy; wine from search
  • wine; of Tuscany search
  • wine; sent to TJ search