Jefferson to Madame de Corny

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In this letter to his friend Madame de Corny, Thomas Jefferson conceded that London was a great place to shop. Jefferson, who held a diplomatic post in Paris in the 1780s, generally disliked the British. But like many Americans, he liked to shop and he bought all sorts of things from London merchants, both before and after the Revolution.

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