Memorandum from John Barnes
[9 Dec. 1801]
|Memdm. from this statemt. if Correct—|
|Exclusive of the within Balance||$1656.72.|
|M Lewis Note of the 9th: Novr.— a 60 days become payble: 10 Jany||for||1000.|
|To meet which, the Compensation due 4th. Jany. recevable 7th Jany||for||2000|
|leaves still a balce||of||$ 656.72.|
of course J.B. have placed $1800 Mr S. to your debit for the present—and in the Course of the present Mo must Venture on another discount at B. of C.—ML: for another $2000
If you have any considerable payment—could not the person payable to a., be induced to drawn on me at 30—or 60 days—sight which is Usualy done—would aid your paymts. considerably—
MS (ViU); entirely in Barnes’s hand; undated.
This statement: see preceding document.
Mr S: William Short (see statement of TJ’s general account with John Barnes, 31 Dec. 1801, in Appendix IV).
For TJ’s use of Short’s funds, see Vol. 31:502–3, Vol. 32:86–7, 156–7, 565; Vol. 34:235, 375; TJ to Short, 19 Apr. 1802.