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Autograph letter signed : Philadelphia, to his daughter Martha, 1792 Feb. 5.

Author: Thomas Jefferson; Martha Jefferson Randolph; Fanny Maury Burke
Edition/Format:   Book : Manuscript   Archival Material : English
Publication:Collection of autograph letters signed from Thomas Jefferson to his daughter Martha (MA 1029) item 34
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Reporting that he had a cold and fever last week but is now nearly well; telling her that her sister Maria "has come to a resolution to write to [her] no more. Whether this arises most from resentment or laziness I do not know"; asking Mr. Randolph to send updates on "the progress of my affairs."
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Named Person: Maria Eppes; Thomas M Randolph; Maria Eppes; Thomas M Randolph
Material Type: Manuscript
Document Type: Book, Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Thomas Jefferson; Martha Jefferson Randolph; Fanny Maury Burke
OCLC Number: 868066871
Notes: To "my dear Martha."
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Part of a large collection of letters from Thomas Jefferson to his daughter Martha. Letters in the collection are described in individual records; see main record for MA 1029 for details.
Description: 1 item (1 p.) ; 23.6 cm

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Reporting that he had a cold and fever last week but is now nearly well; telling her that her sister Maria "has come to a resolution to write to [her] no more. Whether this arises most from resentment or laziness I do not know"; asking Mr. Randolph to send updates on "the progress of my affairs."

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