Thomas Jefferson Papers

From Thomas Jefferson to Messrs. Robert & Hugh Ingram, 3 August 1789

To Messrs. Robert & Hugh Ingram

Paris Aug. 3. 1789.


Having occasion to remit the sum of £124. sterling to London for Alexander Mc.Caul esquire of Glasgow, and taken his order on the subject, he desired me to have it paid into your hands. I have therefore the honor to inclose you Messrs. Grand & co.’s bill on M. Louis Teissier of London for one hundred and twenty four pounds sterling at two days sight, which be pleased to receive on account of Alexander Mc.Caul esq. and to acknoledge the same to Gentlemen Your most obedt. humble servt,

Th: Jefferson

PrC (MoSHi). at foot of text: “Messrs. Robert & Hugh Ingram. London.” The bill enclosed was the first of exchange, the second of exchange being sent in the letter to McCaul, following. The request to have it paid to Messrs. Robert & Hugh Ingram was made in McCaul’s letter of 25 June 1789.

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