Thomas Jefferson Papers

To Thomas Jefferson from Ellen Wayles Randolph Coolidge, 4 July 1806

Edge hill Friday July 4. 1806

I recieved my Dear Grandpapas letter with great pleasure and should have answered it last post but by some neglect it remained untill tuesday in the office and therfore I could not answer it as the post went out saturday. We are all recovered now except Mary who is still unwell but she is now much better than she was a few days ago and I hope she will soon be entirely well Aunt Jane has returned and with her Aunt Lucy and Aunt Harriot who design to stay no longer than a month up the country You must write to me very soon for I am allways exceedingly happy to get a letter from you all the children give their love to you excuse this short letter my Dear Grand Papa adieu believe me to be your affectionate Grand Daughter.

E. W. Randolph

MHi: Coolidge Collection.

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