Thomas Jefferson Papers

To Thomas Jefferson from Peter Carr, 24 October 1793

From Peter Carr

Spring-forest. Octr. 24. 1793.

My Dear Sir

My mother desires me to intimate to you, that there are several very pressing claims against her, which she has given assurances shall be discharged in january next. By something in one of your last letters, she hoped it would have been in your power, to furnish her with the means; if it should, a line upon the subject would be satisfactory to my mother. We all here wish you a good journey and an early return. Till I see you believe me with great and sincere esteem yr. friend and H servt

P: Carr

RC (ViU: Carr-Cary Papers); endorsed by TJ as received 24 Oct. 1793 and so recorded in SJL.

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