Thomas Jefferson Papers

To Thomas Jefferson from André Limozin, 22 May 1787

From André Limozin

Le Havre, 22 May 1787. Transmits account of expenses “for the 12 large Boxes Cartouch Boxes” shipped on the Portsmouth, Captain Oldner, for Norfolk. The whole amounts to £ 588–17–6, which has been debited against TJ’s account. “Mr. Rucker, residing in London, of the House Constable, Rucker & Co. of New York, hath found himself in the most cruel Situation to leave London because he could not honor Robt. Morris’s drafts which he had accepted for a very important sum of money. That unexpected Circumstance hurts prodigiously Mr. Robt. Morris’s Credit.”

RC (Vi); 2 p.; endorsed. Recorded in SJL as received at Paris 11 June 1787. Enclosed statement of account not identified.

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