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    • Jefferson, Thomas
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Taking for granted you must have returned to your harvest, and it not being yet too late to get your deposition relative to the Inquest of which you were a member, I send to beseech you to give us your testimony. the important object is to shew there was an opposition in a part of the jury to a part of the inquisition. this is distinctly proved by mr T. E. Randolph who was one of the jury,...
Your favor Sir, of the 14 th has been duly recieved, and with it the book you were so kind as to forward to me. for this mark of attention be pleased to accept my thanks. the science of the human mind is curious, but it is one on which I have not indulged myself in much speculation. the times in which I have lived, and the scenes in which I have been engaged, have required me to keep the mind...
The term now approaching for the payment of my note to Th: J. Randolph for 1000.D. in the bank US. and other calls having obliged me to draw a part of the money left in your hands for that object I have taken a review of our transactions, as far as known to me, since the date of May 11. when the balance was 493.08 D in your favor, in order to see what sum is wanting to accomplish that note. it...
1819. P. Gibson   May 11. balance in his favor 493 .08     12. pd ord. in fav r E. Bacon 150 .     13.          Lietch 112 .  curtail of
My letter of June 15. informed you that having written to mess rs Smith and Riddle for a supply of window glass before I heard of their failure, & not hearing from them, I apprehended their connection with the manufactory might have ceased, and I therefore requested the supply from you. I yesterday recieved a letter from mr Smith informing me he had delivered the glass to Cap t Peyton for me,...
I recieved on the 21 st your letters of the 10 th and 13 th and learn with much concern the deaths and sickness among our people. at one plantation here we are in worse condition, 16. being now laid up with the nervous fever of whom two have died, Milly Sall ’s daughter wife of Barnaby , and a child of