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Thomas Jefferson to Nathaniel H. Hooe, 16 January 1811

To Nathaniel H. Hooe

Monticello Jan. 16. 11.


Mr Shoemaker has failed in delivering me the boat load of flour promised, but has just given me an order on Richmond for 250. D. paiable the 30th inst. which I inclose by this post to Gibson and Jefferson to recieve and remit the money to the1 bank of Fredericksburg subject to the order of Mrs Dangerfield or yourself, which I trust will not fail to be done. accept the assurances of my esteem & respect.

Th: Jefferson

PoC (MHi); at foot of text: “Nathaniel Hooe esq.”

TJ’s letter of this date to gibson and jefferson was actually addressed to George Jefferson (see Jefferson to TJ, 21 Jan. 1811).

1Reworked from “you.”

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  • Bank of Fredericksburg search
  • Daingerfield, Mary Willis; TJ hires slaves from search
  • Gibson & Jefferson (Richmond firm); and slave rental by TJ search
  • Gibson & Jefferson (Richmond firm); payments made for TJ search
  • Hooe, Nathaniel Harris; letters to search
  • Hooe, Nathaniel Harris; TJ hires slaves from search
  • Jefferson, George (TJ’s cousin); mentioned search
  • Jefferson, Thomas; Business & Financial Affairs; slaves hired search
  • Shoemaker, Jonathan; ships flour to Richmond search
  • slaves; hired by TJ search