Thomas Jefferson Papers

To Thomas Jefferson from Hugh Chisholm, 15 June 1807

Poplar forrist Jun 15th 1807

Dear Sir

I now rite you to inform you how I am situateid in my work. I am at this Time idle for the want of the fraims and have been so far ten days and it will Be ten more before he gets hear I wish you woud mention to him the next mail and Hurry Him on for there is nothing that I can do Except strip the Brick hill and burn them which I mean to do tomorrow Jessy is still hauling sand and as he is to hall all for me I dont Esspect that he will come down as soon as you look for him for there is the water and wood that I never thouth of at the tim that see you and Griffin says that he will not Hall any thing for the Bilbey at all please to send me thirty dollars the next Mail Except my best wishes

Hugh Chisholm

MHi: Coolidge Collection.

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