James Madison Papers

To James Madison from St. George Tucker, 11 December 1815

Wmsburg Decr. 11th. 1815.

Dear Sir

On friday last I had the pleasure of recieving your favor introducing the young Count Barziza, & his friend to my Acquaintance; they did me the favor to dine with me, and I was much pleased with them both. Fortunately, Mr. Scott had not left Williamsburg; I availed myself of that Circumstance by introducing them to him, & have reason to think he may be the means of procuring them such information as the nature of the Counts Case may require: I know not whether they are still in town. I do myself the pleasure to return Doctor Joddrel’s Letter, enclosed. Do me the favour to present my best wishes & Compliments to Mrs. Madison; and to accept Assurances of my greatest esteem, & friendship. I am dear Sir, most respectfully yours,

St: G: Tucker

DLC: Papers of James Madison, Rives Collection.

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