Thomas Jefferson Papers

Baring Brothers & Company to Thomas Jefferson, 13 May 1815

From Baring Brothers & Company

London 13 May 1815


We received only a few days ago your much esteemed favor of the 28th of June last Year, but the Letter from Mr Barnes, with the original of the Bill of £400– on Wm Murdock, for account of General Kosciuzko at Paris, reached us in due Course, and the amount has been placed at the disposal of the General—. We beg you will be assured that we shall on all occasions have much pleasure in Rendering ourselves usefull to You or your friends, and that you will believe us, with the most perfect Regard

Sir Your most obedient & very humble Servants

Baring Brothers & Co

RC (DLC); in a clerk’s hand, signed by a representative of the firm; at foot of text: “The Honble Thos Jefferson & & & Monticello Virginia”; endorsed by TJ as received 9 Aug. 1815 and so recorded in SJL.

John Barnes sent a letter to Baring Brothers & Company on or about 22 June 1814 with a remittance for Tadeusz Kosciuszko (see Barnes to TJ, 22 June 1814, and note).

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