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    • Jefferson, Thomas
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    • Coalter, John
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    • Adams Presidency

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I was just sending off the inclosed letter to the post office when I learned that mr Stuart was gone on the Kentucky line and would not be back again till November; and as it would be a real convenience to me to obtain paiment of the money, due from mr Clarke, which is the subject of the letter, and I have not time to repeat the particulars of the letter, I take the liberty of opening &...
I trouble you again on the subject of mr Clarke. Amherst court is […] [over] without my hearing from him; and as I shall set out for Philadelphia shortly & be absent 6. months, it is necessary for me to bring the matter to some certain […] if mr Clarke will [arrange paiment] […] I shall be contented. but he […] it un[reasonable] after these delays that I should require the engagement of some...
I wrote you on the 19th. Nov. asking the favor of you, to obtain from mr Clarke either the money due me, or the satisfactory undertaking of some [other person] that it should be paid in [some] definite time or as the most […] recourse to bring suit. I have before inclosed you copies of his account stated by himself and of a letter or two. I now inclose you the originals, which will be...