Letter to David Gelston [manuscript], 1810 December 7.


Jefferson, Thomas, 1743-1826. Letter to David Gelston [manuscript], 1810 December 7.

Letter to David Gelston [manuscript], 1810 December 7.

Jefferson asks Gelston, collector of the Port of New York, to forward a plough purchased by John Armstrong in France to Richmond in care of Gibson & Jefferson who will pay freight.

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