To James Kerr
Sep. 15. 1793.
Th: Jefferson presents his compliments to Mr. Ker. He has put into the hands of Mr. Bankson a note of Mr. J. Bringhurst’s payable at sight, out of which Mr. Bankson will pay Mr. Ker’s account. It has been impossible for Th:J. to go to town to recieve and deliver the money to Mr. Ker. He will be back again in seven weeks, proposing to set out tomorrow.
James Kerr was a coachmaker at 297 High Street, Philadelphia (Hardie, Phila. Dir. description begins James Hardie, The Philadelphia Directory and Register …, Philadelphia, 1793 description ends , 77).