From John Barnes
George Town 18th June 1811—
I am without any of your favors since that of the 4th April—Answered the 15th— on the 25th I had the Honor of inclosing to you Mrs Beckleys letter to me, respecting her Brothers unfortunate situation, since when nothing has transpired on that Accot—
I have some thoughts of making a short Tour the insuing Mo to Philada (health permitting1) which of late I have not—as heretofore injoyed.—no Unusual2 complaint (save weakness—&c—the Natural affect, of advancd Age.)3—
as I expect to be—in Philada Middle July should you have any particular Commands—I should with pleasure Attend to them,—as well, whilst there—receive—via your Order—the good Genls 6 Mos dividend due 1st July—
I am Anxiously expecting to hear of your last years remittance to him—being safe in his Brokers hands—as well the present years—now—on its passage—
RC (ViU: TJP-ER); at foot of text: “Th: Jefferson Esqr Monticello Virga”; endorsed by TJ as received 27 June 1811 and so recorded in SJL.
Maria Prince Beckley’s unfortunate brothers included Isaac Prince (Beckley to Barnes, 21 Apr. 1811, enclosed in Barnes to TJ, 25 Apr. 1811). g & j.: Gibson & Jefferson. k. a/c: Tadeusz Kosciuszko’s account current.
1. Manuscript: “permiitting.”
2. Manuscript: “Unsual.”
3. Omitted closing parenthesis editorially supplied.
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