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From Thomas Jefferson to George Jefferson, 17 April 1801

To George Jefferson

Monticello Apr. 17. 1801.

Dr. Sir

I this moment recieve your favor on the subject of my bonds, [the] possession of mr Hanson, and now inclose you an authority to recieve them, of which I notify him by this post. I am Dear Sir

Your’s affectionately

Th: Jefferson

PrC (MHi); faint; letterpressed at head of same sheet as TJ to Richard Hanson, 17 Apr.; at foot of sheet below Hanson letter: “Mr. George Jefferson”; endorsed by TJ in ink on verso. Enclosure not found.

George Jefferson’s favor regarding the bonds is printed at 7 Apr.

I notify him by this post: in his brief letter to Richard Hanson of this date, TJ requested that the bonds “given to the representative of Farrell & Jones for the debt of John Wayles” be delivered to Gibson & Jefferson (PrC in same; blurred; letterpressed on same sheet as letter above; at foot of text: “Mr Richard Hanson Petersburg”).

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