From George Jefferson
Richmond 19th Mar: 1810.
I duly received your favor of the 15th inclosing 200$, which amount is remitted to Jones & Howell agreeably to your direction.
Some plaister of Paris has just arrived for you. I do not know the quantity, the Captain not having called for his freight, & we not having received a bill of lading.—I suppose it to be 4 or 5 Ton. Is it to go to Monticello, or to Bedford? and if to the former, is it to go by other than Mr Randolph’s boats?
RC (Mrs. T. Wilber Chelf, Mrs. Virginius Dabney, and Mrs. Alexander W. Parker, Richmond, 1944; photocopy in ViU: TJP); at foot of text: “Thomas Jefferson esqr”; endorsed by TJ as received 22 Mar. 1810 and so recorded in SJL.
TJ’s favor of 15 Mar. 1810 and his 25 Mar. 1810 response to this letter are both recorded in SJL, but neither has been found.
- agriculture; use of gypsum in search
- boats; transfer goods to and from Richmond search
- Gibson & Jefferson (Richmond firm); payments made for TJ search
- gypsum (plaster of paris); shipped search
- Jefferson, George (TJ’s cousin); and goods for TJ search
- Jefferson, George (TJ’s cousin); and gypsum for TJ search
- Jefferson, George (TJ’s cousin); letters from search
- Jefferson, George (TJ’s cousin); letters to accounted for search
- Jefferson, George (TJ’s cousin); payments made for TJ search
- Jefferson, Thomas; Business & Financial Affairs; payments to Jones & Howell search
- Jones & Howell (Philadelphia firm); TJ pays search
- Monticello (TJ’s estate); gypsum for search
- Randolph, Thomas Eston (TJ’s cousin); boats of, transfer goods search
- Richmond, Va.; boats transfer goods to and from search