Thomas Jefferson Papers

[From Thomas Jefferson to Richard Curson, 3 April 1784]

To Richard Curson

[Annapolis, 3 Apr. 1784. Entry in SJL reads: “Mr. Curson. With Bannister—furnish him clothes, money for journey.” Not found. “With Bannister” means that “Bannister” carried TJ’s letter to Curson requesting the latter to supply the young man with a letter of credit. “Bannister” turned out to be an impostor (see Curson to TJ, 13 Apr. and Banister to TJ, 15 Apr. 1784).]

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