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Your favor of the 24th. is recieved. I this afternoon recieved a letter from mr Randolph informing me you had been so kind as to step in between him & the agent of Leroy & Bayard, & by advancing the sum necessary, to prevent the sale of his land: and he wishes me to do what I can to prevent inconvenience to you till his tobacco instalments can come in. knowing nothing of the amount of the sum...
I wrote you on the 4th. that I should have a sum of money sent on about the 11th. to cover your advance for mr Randolph: but yesterday I recieved a letter from him mentioning that mr Picket had agreed to recieve the money in New York, and that the whole sum would be 2300. D. I find that about 400. D. for which I had given mr Barnes an order on the James river co. did not remain with you as I...
Mr. Randolph’s second letter of Feb. 27. directing the money you were to advance to be repaid at N. York at 30. days, I had omitted the discounting day, supposing I had time at command. his letter of Mar. 1. informing me that Picket had retracted, & that you had actually paid the cash, arrived yesterday (Saturday) afternoon. it is therefore now impossible to remit till Wednesday morning the...
Agreeably to what I informed you in my letter of the 9th. inst. I now inclose you one thousand dollars in bills of the banks of Pennsylvania & the United States, on account of the advances you have made for mr Randolph to mr Picket. the residue shall follow according to what is mentioned in the same letter. I am Dr. Sir Your friend & servt PrC ( MHi ); at foot of text: “Mr. George Jefferson.”
I am by to nights post favor’d with yours of the 4th.; The sum I advanced for Mr. R. to L. & B. was $:1868.79/100, which I think he informed me he had mentioned to you in a letter subsequent to the one of which you now acknowledge the receipt—but which it may not be amiss to repeat, lest he should have forgotten it. I would not by any means have you to put yourself to the smallest...
Agreeable to the arrangement expressed in my letter of the 9th. inst. I did on the 11th. inclose you one thousand dollars, and now inclose 400. Dol. more in notes of the banks of the US. & Pennsylva, to be applied to the credit of mr Randolph for your advances on his behalf. I am Dear Sir Your friend & servt PrC ( MHi ); at foot of text: “Mr. George Jefferson”; endorsed by TJ in ink on verso.
I have again spoken to the inspectors respecting your lost hhd. of Tobacco. They say they are willing to replace it by another from the same inspection & of the same weight; and that nothing more has ever heretofore been required of them. I informed them that you expected to be paid the same price that you had received for the balance of your crop, as otherwise you would sustain a loss in...
According to former assurances I now inclose you four hundred and seventy dollars in Pennsylvania bank bills, which with the two sums of 1000. and 400. before sent , make up the sum of 1870. D. being as near as we could come to the 1868.79 advanced by your friendship for mr Randolph, and which this is to replace. your favor of the 11th. was recieved yesterday. I am properly sensible of the...
I have duly received your favor of the 20th. inclosing $:470– on account of Mr. Randolph; which with the two sums of which I have heretofore acknowledged the receipt , make $:1870– being within a trifle of the sum I advanced for him to Mr. Pickett. I am Dear Sir Your Very humble servt. RC ( MHi ); at foot of text: “Thos. Jefferson esqr. Philada.”; endorsed by TJ as received 3 Apr. and so...
A little before I left home I recieved a letter from mr James Brown with his account against mr Short, of which I now inclose you a copy balance in favr. of mr Short £81—13—11 with interest. I should state it thus however. James Brown in account Dr. with William Short. Cr.  £ s d  £ s d 1793. Oct. 3. To cash for mt. on   certificates  99–5–9 1793. Oct. 3 } By sundry fees paid between these...