From George Jefferson
Richmond 26th Mar. 1810
As your notes will fall due at [the]1 Bank on the 6th & 13th [of next month,]2 & as Mr Venable prefers their being made into one I inclose one for your signature—not knowing whether Mr Johnston will make any further remittance in time & being therefore unable to ascertain the sum, I leave it Blank, should you be enabled to ascertain it in time you Can fill it up—It had as well I think be an even Sum, a few Hundred Dollars either way being of no Consequence
Signed Geo. Jefferson
Dupl (Mrs. Paul W. Howle, Richmond, 1944; photocopy in DLC: TJ Papers, ser. 10); in a clerk’s hand; at head of text: “(Copy)” and “Thomas Jefferson esq.”; endorsed by TJ as received 6 Apr. 1810 and so recorded in SJL. RC (ViHi); endorsed by TJ as received 15 Apr. 1810. Enclosure not found.
A letter from Jefferson to TJ of 2 Apr. 1810, not found, is recorded in SJL as received from Richmond on 15 Apr. 1810.
1. Word supplied from RC.
2. Bracketed phrase supplied from RC.
3. RC closes “Dear Sir Your Very humble servt.”
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