Thomas Jefferson Papers

To Thomas Jefferson from Stephen Cathalan, Jr., 22 January 1807

Marseilles 22d January 1807.

Invoice of one Chest Containing Mustard & Vinegar de Maille & Aclocque of Paris, Shipped for account—and risk of Thomas Jefferson Esquire President of the United States, on the American Ship Franklin of Newlondon, Captn. Robert N. Avery, bound for Newyork to be Consigned to the Collector of the Customs there & be forwarded by him to the president at Washington, being for his Table’s use.

TJ 1 Chest Containing { 48 pots assorted Mustard 1.25 F 60
No. 1 36 Bottles Vinegar, Estragon 2.75 99.
posa piano the Box and package 10
Customhouse, lead & exportation duty paid in Paris 5
   Charges at Marseilles F 174
Waggonage from Paris F. 24.10
Permit of Shipping, Porterage & Craftage on board 2.90 27.
Errors Excepted F 201

Stephen Cathalan Junr.

MHi: Coolidge Collection.

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