Thomas Jefferson Papers

To Thomas Jefferson from Ellen Wayles Randolph Coolidge, 6 March 1807

Edgehill March 6th. 1807

Dear Grandpapa

Your fear of being a bankrupt is not badly founded as for I think if we were to count our letters you would owe me a great many I do not however desire that you should pay me all as you have already too many to write I only wish that you should keep up the correspondence by writing sometimes to me. Cornelia is very much pleased with the piece of poetry you sent her. Mary says she would tell you what was in her letter gladly if she knew herself. your grass looks very well and when you come you will see that it is quite green and handsome. Sister Ann and the children send their loves to you give mine to Mrs. S. H. Smith when next you see her Adieu my Dear Grandpapa believe me to be your most affectionate Grand Daughter

E. W. Randolph

MHi: Coolidge Collection.

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