Thomas Jefferson Papers

To Thomas Jefferson from Richard Claiborne, 13 April 1781

From Richard Claiborne

Richmond, 13 Apr. 1781. Encloses an extract of a letter from Mr. Young at Fredericksburg. “He mentions nothing of my letter respecting the Waggons to be ready for the Stores that are to come from the Marquis.”

RC (Vi); 3 p., including enclosure; in a clerk’s hand, signed by Claiborne; addressed; endorsed in part: “April 14th 1781” (date of receipt?). Enclosure (filed with the letter in Vi): “Extract of a Letter from Mr. Young A.D.Q. Master at Fredericksburg dated 10th. April 1781,” informing Claiborne that “16 Wagons Loaded with Military Stores, &c. past through Town this evening and 12 more will be here to morrow Loaded with Stores and Cavalry Accoutriment, 14 more will be here in a few days, all from Philadelphia.”

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