Thomas Jefferson Papers

From Thomas Jefferson to Bernard Peyton, 10 February 1823

Monto Feb. 10. 23.

Th: Jefferson to Colo Peyton

I rejoiced to learn that Jefferson had filled up my deficit with you. T. E. R. failed me mortifyingly be so good as to place the inclosed note of Th: J. R. for 400.D to my credit. it will quickly be drawn for. in the mean time be so good as to send me about 100.℔ Java or Bourbon coffee, the latter preferably if to be had, as also a quarter cask of Sicily Madeira, the best your place affords and in a double cask and by a trusty boat for security. remember that the unsold balance of the prints are to be sent to mr Brockenbrough, affectte salutns


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