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M r Burgess Griffin informs me he has sold you my crop of tobacco made at the Poplar forest the last year, for which you will make paiment there, or preferably in Richmond , as far as may be convenient to me. be pleased therefore to pay to mr Burgess Griffin the sum of seventy four Dollars 29. cents, and in addition to this the proportion of the whole amount as it shall become due
Richmond  Mail— Stated hour is every Monday Morning at 8 OClock but arrives Sunday evening Stated hour for departure every tuesday Monday evening at 4 OClock—but does not go till tuesday Morning Charlottesville Mail arrives every Saturday at 12 OClock departs on Monday at 9 P.M. Lexington Mail arrives every Monday Thursday at 8 PM departs at 9 P.M. same day on Monday
According to the information I recieved from you; I stated to the Postmaster General the situation of Lynchburg as to it’s mails, and it’s claims to a second mail every week: and I am happy to transmit you the information I recieve from him in answer to my letter. After the 1 st day of April next the mails between Lynchburg and Richmond will be as follows. from Richmond by Powhatan C.H.
I sent here from Albemarle a Plaisterer to plaister my house. I did not order on any plaister of Paris because I understood it could always be bought in Lynchburg , and the small quantity of only 5. bushels was necessary. I am disappointed however in my expectation of buying even that quantity in Lynchbg , and being told you have some there which you had brought for the purposes of your farm ,...
I am really afflicted by the use mr Griffin makes of my bonds , passing them off into the hands of those who are unacquainted with the views under which they were given, and particularly their dates arranged. when I was here last I told mr Griffin this bond could not be paid until the ensuing winter, & desired him not to dispose of it. altho’ no promise was made, he was to take no measure till...
Mons r de Laage , a gentleman from France , lately removed to Lynchburg , has lived some time in Charlottesville , where he became known to myself, and greatly esteemed by all for his great worth, his correct and amiable manners. he was in the military line in France , of the most respectable connections & standing there; but by the chances of their various & calamitous revolutions, has been...
Ch s Johnston requests the pleasure of M r Jefferson s Company to dinner tomorrow RC ( DLC: TJ Papers , 213:37962); with PoC of TJ to Wilson Cary Nicholas, 1 May 1818, on verso; partially dated at foot of text; edge trimmed; addressed: “ Thomas Jefferson Esqr.” On friday , 5 Dec. 1817, Frances Langhorne
This will be handed to you by M r David White who goes to Charlottesville with a view of undertaking to do the plaistering of the University. I recommend him to you as a very worthy man and a most excellent workman. Had I to engage a plaisterer to do such a job I Know of no man I would so soon employ as I would him—as a proof of which I have engaged him to do the plaistering of a House I am...
M r . & M rs . Johnston present their compliments to M r Jefferson and the Miss Randolph’s and request the pleasure of their Company tomorrow at 2 O’Clock to dinner DLC : Papers of Thomas Jefferson.
C Johnston will do himself the pleasure of waiting on M r Jefferson MHi : Coolidge Collection.