George Wythe Randolph to Martha Jefferson Randolph

my dear mother

I want to see you very much and I hope I shall in the couse course of a very short time I am beginning to get accustomed to the place from my knowing all the boys at it. and the next letter you wite write I want to know some thing about my going to the south in it. I wish you would send me that bottle of blacking and bible you promised me and do not forget to come and see me as often as you can. I want to [. . .] go to the south very much and I hope I shll shall soon I want you to tell me as much as you can about it. I can not be perfectly happy until I get toMonticello. and I hope you will [. . .] tell me as much as you can about it. write to me as often as you can and that will add some to my happiness

adieu my dearest mother give my love to all
George W. Randolph
RC (NcU: NPT); dateline at foot of text; with corrections, signature, and address in the hand of Septimia Ann Randolph Meikleham; addressed: “Mrs. Randolph Cambridge.”