To Thomas Jefferson November, 1802

To Thomas Jefferson November, 1802

BALTIMORE,

DEAR SIR:

I arrived here on Saturday from Havre, after a passage of sixty days. I have several cases of models, wheels, etc., and as soon as I can get them from the vessel and put them on board the packet for Georgetown I shall set off to pay my respects to you.

Your much obliged fellow-citizen,

THOMAS PAINE.

P. S. I have a letter for you from Mr. Dublois respecting the Consulship of Havre.