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Enclosed is M r Lees Letter to you respecting the Stocking Weaver which I detained from M r Garrett in Order to shew some of the Citizens who I am glad to find are anxious for the establishment I would propose sending two apprentices but think better to send from the age of 18 to 20 of know n Stability as younger would not be Capable of managing the Business on their return, & as it is not...
M r Dinsmore has this Day Communicated to me that Cha s Stewart is anxious & willing to go & Acquire a knowledge of the Hosiery Business— knowing your Anxiety for an Establishment of that kind here I have talked over the Subject with Cap t Garrett as to Sending him. he Joins me in approving of the appointment. Should you Concur in Opinion you will please Send the necessary Introduction to M r...
Enclosed is a Copy of the Subscription papers which I held— Dabny Minor has returned his to me it being only a Copy of mine with a few Original subscribers which are Included in the Copy now sent I have retained it with the others Those I have seen that were willing to engage in forming a Company to establish a Stocking-Weaver here on the terms proposed by M r Lee consider the proposals made...
Enclosed you will find the papers You were good enough to let me have the Perusal of. they have been communicated as far as considered prudent & my Opportunity admitted of. It is much to be regretted that any Individual in the Legislature Should be hostile to an Institution that promises so much for the Public good    respectfully RC ( MHi ); at foot of text: “ Tho s Jefferson Esq r ”;...
Under cover you will receive the Only Scetches of the Law required I can procure, also m r Cabel s Letter to you it being the only paper I have the others I enclosed you Some time Since RC ( MHi ); at foot of text: “ Tho s Jefferson Esqr Monticello ”; endorsed by TJ as received 26 Mar. 1818 and so recorded in SJL . Enclosures not found.
I have this Day Changed a Subscription paper to the Central College , making it payable in three Annual Installments have presented it to three persons two have Subscribed $175—my zeal for the Institution have Induced me to act in this (unauthorised) Should this Course meet your approbation I am of Opinion a Considerable Subscription may Still be obtained, & if an Idea Could with propriety be...
p. 5, 6 Mar. 1820 :   . 395. Thomas Jefferson at reqt. E. Bacon         10 l
James Leitch Thankfully Acknowledges the Receipt of M r Jefferson’s Draft on Cap t Peyton for Thirteen Hundred & Forty Eight Dollars 47/100 in payment of his last year’s amount & solicits when at any time he may require an advance in cash to Draw on him as formerly MHi : Coolidge Collection.