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Your favor of Mar. 26. was recieved yesterday and I now return you mr Taggert’s letter, retaining his bill. the painter has been here about a week, and we are able to get some paints in the neighboring stores, for the present. I imagine those of Philadelphia are about now arriving in Richmond & may be here in a week or ten days. I expect to be with you about the 17th. health & weather...
Th: Jefferson will be obliged to mr Barnes for 20. or 30. D. in small bills. Jan. 6. 1802. i.e. 1803   RC ( ViU : Edgehill-Randolph Papers); addressed: “Mr. Barnes”; notation by Barnes: “sent $30—pr Mr Dougherty”; endorsed by Barnes as a letter of 6 Jan. 1803. Not recorded in SJL . In his financial memoranda, TJ recorded the receipt of $30 from Barnes on 6 Jan. 1803 ( MB James A. Bear, Jr.,...
Your favor of the 6th. with 320. D. inclosed came safely to hand yesterday, for which I return you my thanks. I found my family all well, and we are now together at this place. our neighborhood is in a remarkeably healthy state at present. I recieve daily information from Lynhaven bay where the British ships remain quiet, going in & out occasionally. it remains to be seen what will be the case...
an accidental concurrence of several pretty heavy demands on me at the beginning of the ensuing month, will go beyond my ordinary resources. I am very averse to going further into the banks. if you have any funds which will be unoccupied one month I should be glad of their aid, & they should be replaced by a check for the 5th. of Aug. if not I must conclude to increase my note to Columbia some...
The book you were so kind as to have sent to me came safe. so rarely are US. bk. bills to be seen here that my correspdt in Charlottesville was not able to find for me a 10. D. bill of that kind till yesterday. I now inclose it with 2. D. in silver to make up the 12. D. you have been so kind as to pay for me. with my thanks for this accept assurances of my constant esteem & respect. MHi .
Th: Jefferson owes Mr. Sampson Crosby, keeper of the Secretary of state’s office 1.67 D., which not being worth the draught and postage of a letter express, he will thank Mr. Barnes to have it paid him, and to let him know that he may call on him for the little sums he may have occasion for in execution of a request of Th: J. to forward him some newspapers. These will amount to three or four...
I this moment and at this place recieve your favor of the 5 th with mr Lear’s reciept for the original certificates of Gen l Kosciusko of which I think it a duty to give you immediate notice to place you at ease, & to assure you as ever of my constant and aff te frdship & respect MHi : Coolidge Collection.
Fifty six days after date I promise to pay to the order of John Barnes fifteen hundred dollars negociable at the bank of Columbia, value received. 1500. D.— ViU .
Th: Jefferson leaves with mr Barnes a check on the bank US. D bearing date Aug. 5. 1808. for 1467.67 which he prays him to recieve on that day & dispose of thus. D for himself, to the credit of Th:J. 250. remit to Messrs. Jones & Howell of Philadelphia 282.67 remit to Th:J. by the Milton post of Aug. 5 . 935.   
I recieved by yesterday’s mail your favor of the 5th. with the 935. D. inclosed with safety, and I thank you for your attention to this matter. we are all well, now in confinement by a rain which has fallen in moderate showers the last two days, but is now set in anew from the North East. it was wanting; but we may have too much. the crop of wheat has been generally indifferent: that of...