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By M r Dinsmore I take the liberty of rendering you, your account . You will see from the memorandum annexed thereto the agreement between M r Dinsmore & myself & afterwards Acceded to by M r Bacon — I should not at this time made Application but have been so much disappointed lately by M
The Amount of your account I cannot at present exactly ascertain; I believe the Ballance will be about Thirty pounds—six, Eight, Ten, sixteen, & Twenty penny nails of nearly equal quantities would be preferred RC ( MHi ); addressed: “Tho s Jefferson Esqr Monticello”; endorsed by TJ as received 22 Aug. 1809.
By the Bearer M r Lindsay you will be handed M r Richard Barry’s Draft on you in my favour for Two Hundred & Forty three Dollars & thirty five Cents—If Convenient for you to discharge the same at present; Or in the Course of thirty Days from this time it will be Considered a favour done your Obd t Serv t RC ( MHi ); at foot of text: “Thomas Jefferson Esqr Monticello”; endorsed by TJ as...
At the request of M r Barry I enclose you an Acc t he gave me to apply to you for. If you can spare me any 8. 10 & 20 d nails say 100 lb of each you will much Oblige Y r Ob t Serv t RC (
A few day since I rec d a note from you requesting me to let you know when I should go to the North I did not determine fully on going Untill Sunday last & this is the first Opportunity I have had of informing you, I purpose starting in the Morning to Baltimore perhaps further—should you want anythings from there I will with pleasure procure them for you Or any services I can render you you...
At your request I take the liberty of Sending your you your account with Sam l : & Ja s Leitch to the 1 st Ins t at which time our partnership expired—you will not consider this as an application at this time for the Ballance but will consult your own Convenience in dischargeing the Same— your Draft on Gibson & Jefferson was duly paid for which I consider myself under Obligations to you— I...
For Several weeks I have contemplated on Calling on you, & presenting your Account as requested—being So much engaged about my Building & c I have found it very Inconvenient to Spare the time & now enclose your Acc t which I am in hopes you will find Correct Should any Error appear be So good as to Inform me of it—: yours with respect RC ( MHi ); at foot of text: “ Tho s Jefferson Esqr”;...
Thomas Jefferson Bot of James Leitch 2 y d Mixed Cloth $8 } 16– ¼ 〃 Drab Cloth 〃1–25 – 31 9 Skanes Silk 9 d 1–
Charlottesville march 25 1816 Thos. Jefferson Bot of Ja s Leitch 16½ y ds Linnen Shirting d 9/6 } $25–33 8 Skanes thread 3 d –33 E E
Under Cover you have $3 25 100 having Overpaid Cha s Stewart that sum to day for Butter. I had taken a part of the Butter for my Own Use which he was not apprised of RC ( MHi ); dateline beneath signature; addressed: “Tho s Jefferson Esqre Monticello”; endorsed by TJ as received 9 Apr. 1816 and so recorded in SJL .