Thomas Jefferson Papers

To Thomas Jefferson from James Bullock, 3 March 1819

Lynchburg 3th March 1819

Dear Sir

Mr David White who will hand you this—a plaster by profession—have been a resident of this place for several years, and during all this time, have been closely employed at his profession—and I can safely say all his contracts have been by him fullfild with neatness and dispatch, much to the satisfaction of all his employers—and the great depression here in all kinds of bussiness, have put, I may say—an entire stop, to all improvement—

Mr White wishes to engage a job in, or near your place; perhaps. the plastering of the Central Colledge—any aid you may give Mr White—will be Confering a favour upon me—& you may rest assured Mr White is a man of good morals—& Complete master of his trade—Mr W. is a Brother of M Wm White formarly of your County,—now deceased

in haste—

Js Bullock


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