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lest you should not have noticed the inclosed, curious dispute at Soleure —respecting the late, venerable dec d Gen l Kosciusko ,   of which probably you have—or may soon expect to learn, from his Relative or Confidential friends I judge it proper to inclose it, for your Goverment most Respectfully & sincerely RC ( MHi ); at foot of text: “Thomas Jefferson Esq r Monticello”; endorsed by TJ as...
Lest, you may not be Apprised—I inclose the within Notice—as probably, I may be called upon, for information relative thereto, In which case I can only refer them to you—being a perfect stranger to what has already passed— I presume it necessary I should have—your advice and directions—in order to meet any unforeseen Occurance—that might Otherwise—take place—injurious—to those whose claims—in...
I now inclose you agreable to my letter of the 11 th (for the Use of M r Louis Leschut — Charlotteville ) Richard Smith Cash r of the Office of Dist and Deposit at Washington his Order on ditto at Bank N York for $306. and by me endorsed—and Numbered 861.
My friend Doct r Joshua White—a Native of this place, whose settled residence for 18 yrs passed has been at Savannah. and for 10 yrs an Established & successfull Merchant. of the latter—2 or 3 yrs on a tour thro’ England. Scotland & c —and now, on his return to Savannah. via Charlottesville—to Staunton—wishing for an introduction to you—altho Acquainted with the Hon ble Sect y of the...
Here, acceptable your fav r of the 3 d recd yesterday sunday—⅌er order on M r Thompson when you annex’d—“I am quite in good health, walk to my Garden—take my Ride of six miles daily as usual. without fatigue.”—I need not, Express the pleasure I felt—on the recipt of it.— this morning I addressed a Note to Mr Thompson—(if he could not take something less. then $12. for Jones’s Greek & English...
Many thanks, for your very Acceptable fav r of the 19 th my friend M r Parr, left us, 10 day since for Liverpool via Philad a much pleased with his reception—at Montpelier Monticello & Harpers ferry.—Strict inquiry have been made After M r Cardelli, and his Busts, but cannot trace either. presume a speculation of distinguish’d Names, to induce purchasers—plaster Busts—& Various Horses & c & c...
This morning the Hon ble Rufus King of the Senate called on me to make inquirey into the particulars of the late Gen l K— Affairs—having learnt of my Agency thro you &: &c—I answered him—namely—to what was generally known. viz: that the good Gen l K— had previous—to his leaving this Country left you his sole Executor—by his Will—to which—the late John Dawson —then a Member of Congress
Permit me to acknowledge your fav r of the 21 t as it containd 2 Bank Notes for Seven dollars in paym t for Gales & Seatons Acc t —was 33 Cts over pay— Moreover the pleasure Afforded me—in learning—your perfect State of health & c — PS. I cannot but lament the unfortunate delay whereby, you are deprived receiving the growing Interest and dividends—of the late
I have at length had an interview with the Hon: M r King , though much engaged;—who was pleased to inform me he had received a few days since a letter from General Armstrong to the following purpo r t; viz: Of your having declin’d the Trus t in favour of John Hartwell Cock Esq. of Fluvanna County in Virginia , Administrator with the will annexed of
Minute of charges ags t the estate of the late General Kosciusko ,—by John Barnes , hitherto not presented, and now submitted for M r Jefferson ’s approbation, wherewith I shall be perfectly contented .—. viz,   John Barnes ’ & col d man servant’s expenditures, to & from Philadelphia