Thomas Jefferson Papers

To Thomas Jefferson from Alfred W. Elwes, 22 April 1825

Richmond April 22d 1825


Mr Benson has had the politeness to say that he would be the bearer of a book (which is entitled the Potomac Muse) to you. I therefore avail myself of this opportunity as a safe one; and I indulge the hope that the perusal of the trifles alluded to may afford you some gratification. Be pleased, Sir, to accept the work as a token of the great respect which the author and myself bear for one of the principal founders of american independence

With the most profound respect I remain your ob ser

Alfred W Elwes

DLC: Papers of Thomas Jefferson.

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