Richmond Novr. 22d. 1826.
My dear Sir,
I can not forward to you my few short notes, in compliance with your request by Mr. Cabell, at Warminster, without offering to yourself, and your most excellent Lady the most cordial and respectful good Wishes both of Mrs. Tucker & myself. Never as long as memory remains to us shall we forget those friendly feelings which our former personal Acquaintance created. Believe me ever, My Dear Sir, Yours most truly
S: G: Tucker.
P: S: If on my Arrival at Home, which will be in a few days, in Williamsburg, I can find any further Journals, I will endeavour to examine them.