Washington. 22d March 1820
During my residence in Paris, I had the happiness of making the acquaintance of Mr Labouchere, brother in law of Mr Alexander Baring of London. His second son Mr J. Lebouchere, is now in the country on a visit and is desirous of paying his respects to you at Monticello. He is amiable and correct in his deportment, and justly esteemed by all those who have the honor of his acquaintance in this country. Any attentions which you may be able to shew, him, will add to the many obligations which have been conferred upon
Wm H Crawford
DLC: Papers of Thomas Jefferson.