Thomas Jefferson Papers

To Thomas Jefferson from Anne Cary Randolph, 4 July 1806

Edgehill July 4 1806

I recieved my Dear Grandpapas letter and am much obliged to him for it, all the family are quite well except Mary who is still unwell & very much reduced. there was a great Barbacue at Charlottsville to day at which Mr Jones delivered an oration. Aunt Jane has returned home & Aunt Lucy & Harriet with her. I got a letter from Miss Nicholson & she told me that she was afraid that Mr Mrs Gallatin would not come to Monticello this summer. do you know whether they will or not? Aunt Carr has been to see us she is a good deal better but still complains of a pain in her neck, all the children & Mama send their love to you adieu my Dear Dear Grand Papa I cannot tell you how much I love & respect you believe me your most affectionate Grand daughter



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