To John Harvie
Monticello Nov. 15. 10.
Your favor of Oct. 18. never came to my hands till three days ago or it should have been sooner answered. I find your statement to be correct in principle and calculation, and will here repeat it as evidence of our transaction in it’s present stage.
|there was payable to me July 1. 1810.||106– 2–9¼|
|the 2d instalment due Mar. 1. 1811. would have been||53– 1–4½|
|but deducting the overpaiment it will be||39– 4–1¾|
|the 3d instalment due Mar. 1. 1812. will be||53– 1–4½|
|4th Mar. 1. 1813.||53– 1–4½|
|5th Mar 1. 1814||53– 1–4½|
|6th Mar. 1. 1815.||53– 1–4½|
|7th Mar. 1. 1816.||31– 7–4¼|
|total now unpaid||282–17–0|
|paiments heretofore recd as above||120–|
|whole original amount accordg to agreemt||402–17–0|
Your notes therefore according to these sums and dates, as proposed in your letter will be perfectly satisfactory.
PoC (MHi); at foot of text: “John Harvie esq.”; endorsed by TJ.