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    • Jefferson, Thomas
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    • Clarke, Samuel
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    • Adams Presidency

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Having occasion to make a considerable paiment immediately I send the bearer Jupiter, a trusty servant, to recieve whatever money may be lying for me in Staunton. any sum which you can furnish will be acceptable, and will be safely brought by him. be so good as to let it be in cash, & not in paper which nobody here recieves. I am with esteem Dear Sir Your most obedt. servt PrC ( MHi ); at foot...
I duly recieved your favor of July 10. with the account inclosed, authorising me to debit mr John Mc. Dowell for nails delivered over to him £124.2.7 leaving a balance in your hands of £90.18.8½. having recieved nothing of the earnings of my nailery during my absence from Decemb. last, & little since my return, and constantly to make advances for nailrod I am under a necessity of solliciting...
Being obliged on my return home to advance a considerable sum of money for the purchase of corn for my family I take the liberty of solliciting [payment] of the balance due me in your hands. if you [can send] it to me by mr Coalter or any other person coming to our district court it will be sufficient, or should no opportunity then offer I will send a person for it: in the mean time a line...