Thomas Jefferson Papers

To Thomas Jefferson from William Cushing, 12 February 1807

Feb. 12. 1807.

Mr Cushing presents his best respects to the President, has been prevented by indisposition from answering the Note of the 10th, he was honored with, touching Jess Brown; hopes a delay till tomorrow will be not inconvenient;—Mr C. has for Some days been afflicted with a Severe, sharp, sore, throat, but which is abating, & his Doctor Suggests that a taste of red Champaign wine would favor his case; If the President could therefore out of his goodness & his store favor him with a bottle, it would be matter of high Obligation.

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