Thomas Jefferson Papers

To Thomas Jefferson from J.B. Dandridge, 10 November 1819

Office Bank U States Richmond Nov 10th 1819


I had the pleasure to receive your letter of the 3d inst: enclosing sundry papers as therein mentioned. Enclosed herewith is a deed of trust, prepared for the purpose which you will please execute and acknowledge in the clerks office; and when it shall have been recorded be good enough to have it returned to me;

It being the wish of our Board of Directors to have another trustee with Mr Peyton, the name of Mr Avenour has been introduced; and to save you any further trouble the deed has been so drawn as to require, if you have no objection, merely your signature:

In a hurry I take this opportunity to inform you that, by a decision of our Board, to day, two, three, and four years with interest paid semiannually, will be allowed for the discharge of this debt.

I am, Sir most respectfully your obed Sert

J. B. Dandridge Cashr

MHi: Coolidge Collection.

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