Thomas Jefferson Papers

To Thomas Jefferson from Honoré Julien, 14 January 1825

Washington January 14th 1825

Dr Sir

I take the pleasure of writing You these few lines to inquire of the state of your health which I hope is perfect & to wish you & your family a good & happy New Year great prosperity with a long & happy life. I thought I would take the pleasure of sending you a few pair of canvass backs but seeing no opportunity offered I fear that they would miss getting safe if I should send them by the mail & therefore I ask your advice on that subject

Give our best compliments & respects to Mr & Mrs Randolph & family   My wife & children present you their best respects &

I remain Your humble & obedient servant

Honoré Jullien

DLC: Papers of Thomas Jefferson.

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