Thomas Jefferson Papers

To Thomas Jefferson from James Monroe, 23 April 1800

From James Monroe

Richmd. April 23. 1800

My dear Sir

I did not know that I owed you any thing but what I had mentioned before. I had no idea I owed ch: Carter a farthing; or certainly I wod. not have drawn on you. As it is hope you will be able to draw at 20. days sight if no longer, as I am much pushed for money, owing to the payment of the sum referrd to as to other causes. we will adjust every thing when we meet. Price & Storrs both republicans are elected for the county—Copland for the city. we have intelligence from no other quarter, this being the day of the election. Yours

Jas. Monroe

RC (MHi).

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