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From Thomas Jefferson to Gibson & Jefferson, 1 June 1801

To Gibson & Jefferson

Washington June 1. 1801.

Dear Sir

Your favors of May 26. & 28. are both recieved, and their contents duly noted. I this day draw on you in favor of Richard Richardson for 133.33 D to cover which mr Barnes makes you now a remittance of 200. Dol. and on this day week we shall remit you about 900. D. more to cover the purchase of the hams, J. W. Eppes’s draught on you in favor of Bell for 300. D. payable June 16. and some other draughts which I shall then make on you

I expect you are now about recieving some nail rod, boxes of wine, & a cask of wine to be forwarded for me to Monticello. accept assurances of my affectionate esteem.

Th: Jefferson

PrC (MHi); with order on Gibson & Jefferson letterpressed on same sheet below TJ’s signature (see Enclosure No. 1 listed at TJ to Richard Richardson, 1 June); endorsed by TJ in ink on verso.

Your favors: see George Jefferson to TJ, 26 and 28 May.

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