Thomas Jefferson Papers

To Thomas Jefferson from Andrew Benade, 14 January 1809

Bethlehem Jan. 14. 1809.


Your Excellency’s letter of the 7th Instt, conveying to me for the account of Mr. Craven Peyton of Albemarle in Virginia a draught of the bank of the United States at Washington on that of Philadelphia for two hundred and seventy five dollars, has been duly received, and I beg leave to tender You my most respectful acknowledgments for the trouble You have given Yourself in making this remittance to me, and for Your kindness in honouring me with a few lines on the subject.

I have placed the above sum to the credit of Mr. Peyton and shall inform him thereof.

With sentiments of the highest regard I have the honour to subscribe myself Your Excellency’s obedient humble Servant

Andrw Benade

MHi: Coolidge Collection.

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