Thomas Jefferson Papers

To Thomas Jefferson from Victoire Laporte, 15 April 1819

Louisa county Prices Tavern April th 15

Honored Sir

As I Know that you are in a habit of intercourse with Mr Monore I take the liberty to address myself to you to inform you that I have not heard from my husband since he went to washington to obtain pattant write for several inventions but I have hird that Mr Monore had seen him at washinton, and I have thought perhaps he might have sed something to you on the subject for I am very uneasy as this letter have never come to hand if you can gait information be so good as to give me all the pirticlars you can avot his prospect now and ware he was going, if you think proper to make me answer be so good as to do it by the returning mail by so doing you will oblige your very unesy but humble servent I suscribe myself

with much respect

Victoire Laporte

MHi: Coolidge Collection.

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