From George Jefferson
Richmond 11th Febr 1811
Mr Shoemaker’s dft was paid a few days after it became due, when the amount was of course remitted to Fredericksburg agreeably to your direction.
From the great fall in the price of Tobacco in Lynchburg I take it for granted that you were not able to dispose of yours.— It sells here by the face of the note at no more than 4 $.—some of a very fine quality has lately been sold as low as 6.½ $—above which there is but very little that would sell. that of a very superior quality I suppose however would command something more, but how much I cannot say, as none such has lately been coming in. Flour has fallen to 8.¾ $, and is dull even at that.
RC (MHi); at foot of text: “Thomas Jefferson esqr”; endorsed by TJ as received 2 Mar. 1811 and so recorded in SJL.
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