Thomas Jefferson Papers

Fernagus De Gelone to Thomas Jefferson, 10 December 1819

From Fernagus De Gelone

New York December 10. 1819.

Most respected Sir.

If you are not indisposed, (I hope with all my heart that You are not) and if it is convenient to you to pay me my bill amounting1 to $21; I shall be very grateful for your doing it. I expect You are Satisfied with the books sent to you.

I remain—very respectfully Sir Your most humble obedient Servant

fernagus De Gelone

Should You want any Sort of books or publications in any language, Maps, prints and articles of Stationery, I will always try to Satisfy you as much as it may be in my power.

RC (MHi); endorsed by TJ as received 17 Dec. 1819 and so recorded in SJL. RC (MHi); address cover only; with PoC of RC of TJ to Benjamin Morgan, 26 May 1820, on verso; addressed: “Thomas Jefferson Esqr Monticello. Milton. Virga”; franked; postmarked New York, 10 Dec.

1Manuscript: “amouting.”

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