To George Reveley
Philadelphia Nov. 4. 1792.
The bonds you executed for David Ross and Reuben Smith for £45.5 payable Dec. 15. 1792 and the like sum payable Dec. 15. 1793
for yourself and Robert Wilson for £21.5 payable Dec. 15. 1792. and£21.5 payable Dec. 15. 1793.
for yourself Wm. Mickle and Reuben for £39.5. payable Dec. 15. 1792. and £39.5 payable Dec. 15. 1793.
are delivered into the hands of Mr. Hanson whom I have constituted my attorney for the receipt and application of these monies. To him therefore you will be pleased to pay them at his residence in Petersburg, and his receipt and proceedings relative thereto shall be good. I am Sir your humble servt
PrC (MHi); at foot of text: “Mr. George Reevely.” Tr (ViU: Edgehill-Randolph Papers); 19th-century copy. Enclosed in TJ to Richard Hanson, 4 Nov. 1792.
George Reveley represented Campbell County for two terms in the Virginia House of Delegates between 1809 and 1812 (Swem, “Va. Bibliog.,” viii , 421).