Thomas Jefferson Papers

From Thomas Jefferson to Stephen Cathalan, Jr., 14 March 1807

Washington Mar. 14. 07.

Dear Sir

This will be delivered to you by mr Lewis Harvie who visits Europe for his health, & may possibly go to Marseilles. he was heretofore a member of my family here, has since been of the Virginia legislature and is now a member of the Council of state of Virginia. I present him to you as a gentleman of genius, a cultivated understanding & perfect integrity, worthy of all the good offices you can render him. entertaining great friendship for him myself, I shall deem as personal favors all the attentions you may be so good as to shew him.

I salute yourself and family with great affection, and assure you of my constant esteem & respect.

Th: Jefferson

DLC: Papers of Thomas Jefferson.

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