To James Brown
Eppington June 8. 1794.
Having seen in your hands the state of my account with Donald & Burton, I take the liberty of asking you to transmit me a copy of it by the Charlottesville post immediately as I wish to be able to form some idea of the general result of our accounts. I shall not omit to send you a statement of the monies I received from Clow & Co. I am with much esteem Dear Sir Your most obedt. servt
This is the only extant letter of the five that TJ wrote during a brief trip to Richmond to deal with some of his financial affairs (see the following document, and note).
Earlier letters from Brown to TJ of 28 Jan. and 22 Apr. 1794, recorded in SJL as received from Richmond on 3 Feb. and 2 May 1794, respectively, have not been found.