Thomas Jefferson Papers

To Thomas Jefferson from George Slaughter, 31 May 1781

From George Slaughter

Louisville 31st. May 1781


Haveing never recieved any kind of Clothing, or pay shall be much oblig’d to you to let the bearer Mr. Chapman Austin have what money due me, Capt. Benjamin Roberts and Eight months pay for Ensign William Roberts, if not already drawn by Lieutenant Saunders. As to the news of this place I refer you to Mr. Austin who appeares to be an intelligle young Gentleman & I am Yr Excellencies Mo. Ob. Hum Servant,

George Slaughter Commd at Falls Ohio

RC (Vi); addressed and endorsed.

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