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    • Jefferson, Thomas
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    • Beckley, John
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    • Adams Presidency

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It is with sincere concern that I learn your situation and find myself so unable to relieve it. I have not at this moment more than 50. dollars in the world at my command, and these are my only resource for a considerable time to come. I have been in the habit of keeping myself in a situation just to meet ordinary occurrences, & have been thrown behind by the necessities of two persons whom I...
You mention that Colo. John Trigg will accomodate you with the sum of three hundred & forty dollars or part of it on an assurance that it shall be replaced to him in Richmond or Lynchburg within two or three months from this time. I will undertake to have it replaced to him the first week in July in Richmond, if that will suit him, for which this letter shall be my obligation. I sincerely wish...
If Colo. Trigg will be so good as to furnish you the two hundred & forty dollars, I will undertake that it shall be repaid to him at Lynchburg the first week of July in such way as shall be satisfactory to him; on which subject I will confer with him for explanation, and conform myself to his wish. I will call on him the first moment in my power, or be glad to see him at my lodgings if he...
In consequence of my undertaking to mr Trigg, I wrote to my manager near Lynchburg to know if he could pay him 240. Dollars the 1st. of July. he has informed me he could not; but that, according to my directions in that case, he had engaged a merchant of Lynchburg to do it, in exchange for my draught for that sum in Richmond. I have accordingly made provision for the payment in Richmond. on...