Extract from Thomas Jefferson to George R. Gilmer
|Paris Aug. 12. 1787.|
I am as happy no where else & in no other society, & all my wishes end, where I hope my days will end, at Monticello. too many scenes of happiness mingle themselves with all the recollections of my native woods & feilds, to suffer them to be supplanted in my affection by any other.
PrC (DLC). Published in PTJ, 12:24–6.
August 12, 1787