Thomas Jefferson Papers

To Thomas Jefferson from Edmund Bacon, 14 June 1819

14th June 1819


I saw Mr. Pollock some days since and made the application for the money as we agreed he then said that I should have it and have to day recieved sixty three dollars. I have paid Mr Craven and dont remember exactly what is due to Mr Maupin as I gave you his note of the quantity of corn had from him will You be so good as to let me know the amount due to Maupin and I will go immediately and pay him

I saw Bishop he says that he cannot Pay cash sooner than the fall for Bark but if he could Obtain it upon these terms he would be glad. I very much doubt the chance of geting money from Pollock sooner than 3. or 4 months as it seemed to me that his chance of geting money depends upon collections from his customers.

I am Yours &c

E: Bacon

ViU: Edgehill-Randolph Papers.

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