Thomas Jefferson Papers

To Thomas Jefferson from Bernard Peyton, 14 July 1824

City of Washington 14 July 1824

My Dear Sir,

I had the satisfaction to find, on my arrival here, to-day, your esteemd favor of the 11th:, with the enclosures, for which I am sincerely thankful—I calld on the President to-day, & delivd him your letter, he recd me kindly, but looked much fatigued & worn out with public duties,—he sets out, for Albemarle, in a few days:—The other letters you were so good as to send me, I shall deliver in person—

I will attend particularly to the pure Tin you mention, & if you think of any thing else I can serve you in, while to the North, do write me, & I will attend to it with great satisfaction, I assure you—

With the sincerest regard Dr Sir, Yours very Truly

Bernard Peyton


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