Thomas Jefferson Papers

To Thomas Jefferson from Randolph Jefferson, 9 July 1807

July 9th 07

Dear Brother

I should of wrote to you on this business before but wished to be certain in seeing whether I could procure the quantity of seed that I agreed with the nigroes for which was a bushel of Green soard and as much of White Clover they are now delivering that quantity at Eight shillings per Gallons I think the price high at that but I asure you that it was not in My power to git it cheaper if Convenient be pleased to inclose Me as Much Money as will pay them of for there seed and send the letter on to warren Where I Can receive it in any short time and you Will Very Much Oblige your.—

Most affectionately.—

Rh; Jefferson

PS Be so Good as to let Mr Randolph know if he wants to perchase either of those kinds of seed it will be in My power to oblige him if he will write me immidiatily.—


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