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I inclose you the sum of three hundred and thirty Dollars to cover an order drawn on you this day in favor of Joseph Moran 200. D and of another drawn this day also in favor of Joseph Bran for 124.25 which be pleased to honor on account of 324.25 Your friend & sevt. P.S. I should have noted that an order of T M Randolph on mr Brown makes 60. D. of the above sum. PrC ( MHi ); at foot of text:...
Not knowing whether Colo. Monroe is in Richmond, Albemarle or where, & it being important the inclosed letter should go to him, without delay, by post, if he be absent, I ask the favor of you to deliver it to him immediately if in Richmond, or to direct it to him by post wherever he is. Accept my affectionate salutations. PrC ( MHi ); at foot of text: “Mr. George Jefferson.” Recorded in SJL...
I inclose you three hundred & fifty dollars to cover two drafts I make on you in favr. of Saml. & S. Myers for 150. D. & of Moran for 200. D. which be pleased to honour when presented. affectionate attachment & salutations. P.S. Take the reciept, if you please, as paid for S. Dyer. PrC ( MHi ); at foot of text: “Mr. George Jefferson”; endorsed by TJ in ink on verso. Recorded in SJL with the...
Mr. Derieux has for years past urged such perpetual demands on me for charity, that I have long since gone beyond the proportion which he had a right to expect of what I can give in charity, and consequently has been infringing on what other objects had a better right to. I have therefore for some time rejected his applications. he makes one now however under circumstances to which I cannot be...
Mr. Brown and mr Wells, for whom 419.16 D of the money sent you on the 5th. & 6th. of Oct. were destined, have chosen to recieve their money in bank bills in Albemarle, which are accordingly sent them from hence. this sum being free therefore, be pleased to pay one hundred and forty three dollars thirty three cents of it to Dr. William Bache, who will be in Richmond before you recieve this. I...
At the request of Mr. DeRieux, I inclose you a letter for him, which he will call for in a few days, being about to embark for France. I believe you know his entire inability to repay any aid he may recieve, which I mention lest he might apply to you on the ground of my acquaintance with him. the truth is he has some time since exhausted all the charities I could justifiably extend to him, and...
I yesterday inclosed you the first halves of bills of the branch bank of the US. for 1200. D. for purposes then expressed. I now inclose the second halves. since mine of yesterday your’s of Sep. 29. has been put into my hands. I shall still expect information from you whether the 441.62 D be wanting by mr Short there, or is to be transferred to mr Barnes. I am satisfied with the price got for...
The draughts heretofore made on you, and which now ought to be covered, have been as follows. Magruder 104.54 Griffin  79.69 R. Jefferson  60. Yancey 321.09 Taliaferro 309.40 Isaacs  48.81 923.53 now drawn. Benj. Brown 285.83 Thos.
I some days ago drew an order on you for 79.69 D in favor of Burgess Griffin for my taxes in Bedford; but fearing it may not get to his hands in time to deliver to his sheriff William Trigg before his departure, I pray you to pay him on demand with or without the order. but I believe the true sum should have been 76.92 but of this he can inform you. On the 21st. inst. I drew on you in favor of...
You some time ago wrote me word you could get 5. Dollars cash for my last year’s crop, of which I sent you the weights . I now inclose you the manifest to be sold if that price can be [met?]. I shall have occasion to draw on you in favor of our sheriffs for about 600. Dollars payable about the last days of this month, that they may be entitled to the allowance from the treasury. if my tobo....