Thomas Jefferson Papers

To Thomas Jefferson from Patrick Gibson, 28 June 1819

Richmond 28th June 1819


I have received your favor of the 25th and now hand you annex’d a/Sales of your 16 bls. flour hiPrds. $59.70 as your credit, I also annex a Statement of your a/curt. to this day balanced by $1339.85 in your favor of which $500 is still due to Mr Vaughan and $190 curtail & desit. on your note to be paid on Friday, leaving $649.85 towards the payment of the note in bank—LeRoy & Co inform’d me that it was with difficulty they passed thier dft on me for the $432.25 and of course could not include the $800 of this I advised Mr Vaughan, who has drawn for $300 and is in hopes in a few days of drawing for the balance—Flour is down to 5 & 5½$ and not likely to improve. Tobacco 4½ to $7 except for very prime which is scarce—

I am With much esteem Yours ob Servt

Patrick Gibson

MHi: Coolidge Collection.

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