Thomas Jefferson Papers

Frederick A. Mayo to Thomas Jefferson, 4 January [1821]

From Frederick A. Mayo

Richmond the 4 Janu: 1820 [1821]

Hono: Sir

Haveing received your kind letter, and with pleasure inform, your honour, that I am still carrieng on the Book binding, and shall be happy to execute any work, which you wish to have done,—I shall soone take the liberty of sending you a letter, and a speciment of Binding

Your most humble Servant

Frederick A Mayo

NB. The box of books, you will pleas to have directed to the Care of Mess1 S. & M Allens Office,—or the Compiler Office—as on either of those places work or Orders for my Bindry are received—

RC (MHi); misdated; endorsed by TJ as a letter of 4 Jan. 1821 received four days later and so recorded in SJL.

compiler: Richmond Commercial Compiler.

1Word interlined.

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