To William Wardlaw
Monticello July 30. 15.
Your favor of the 22d is recieved and gave me the first information that mr Michie was in this county. I had yesterday a Notice duly served, so that I have only now to request the further trouble of countermanding that in the hands of the town serjeant; which being for different days from those now served, would produce mischief & confusion. indeed I would wish him to put them under cover to me by mail.
Mr Norris has been in our neighborhood & has left it. I did not see or hear from him while here; but I sent to the stage offices & post offices of Milton & Charlottesville & to mr Norris’s lodgings in the latter place, and could learn nothing of the Lemon-acid which your letter expected would come under his charge. I mention this as he may perhaps have left it in the Stage office in Richmond. I salute you with friendship and respect
PoC (DLC); on verso of reused address cover to TJ; at foot of text: “Doctr Wardlaw”; endorsed by TJ.
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