Thomas Jefferson Papers

Thomas Jefferson to Jones & Howell, 6 September 1809

To Jones & Howell

Monticello Sep. 6. 09

Mess Jones & Howell

Your favor of Aug. 16. was duly recieved, and I thank you for the indulgence of making my remittances from time to time as I can. this shall be as diligently done as the difficult circulation of money in this part of the country will permit. in the mean time I avail myself of your permission to ask a new supply of 2. tons of rod, assorted as usual, and a quarter ton of the best tough bar iron, in bars from the size of an axle tree down to the smallest, and tender you the assurances of my esteem & respect.

Th: Jefferson

PoC (MHi); endorsed by TJ.

A letter from Jones & Howell to TJ of 21 Sept. 1809, not found, is recorded in SJL as received from Philadelphia six days later.

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