Thomas Jefferson Papers

To Thomas Jefferson from Jose A. Miralla, 14 July 1823

Philadelphia 14th of July 1823.

My Dear Sir!

I had this pleasure a few days ago from Baltimore; and now I have nothing to add with respect to the Island of Cuba. Tomorrow I am going to New York. I will always consider it my duty to advice you of any thing of the kind worth your notice. Be so good as to present my best respects to your amicable ladies, and to give to Miss Elen the adjoint copy of the Gray’s Elegy, of which I did speak to her, and which it will appear tomorrow or next in the National Gazette: and beleive me

Your most afte ob. ho. sert

José A. Miralla

MoSHi: Thomas Jefferson Collection (formerly Bixby).

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