Thomas Jefferson Papers

Thomas Jefferson to John Hollins, 3 April 1811

To John Hollins

Monticello Apr. 3. 11.

Dear Sir

Accept my thanks for your kindness in procuring & forwarding the Plaister. by the present post I desire Messrs Gibson & Jefferson to forward you the amount, 86. Dollars from Richmond where alone Baltimore bills can be had. your friends at Carrsbrook & Warren were all well yesterday. this morning mr & mrs Patterson leave Carrsbrook for Baltimore. ever affectionately yours

Th: Jefferson

PoC (MHi); at foot of text: “John Hollins esq.”; endorsed by TJ.

Hollins’s friends were Peter Carr and Hetty Smith Stevenson Carr at Carr’s-brook, and Wilson Cary Nicholas and Margaret Smith Nicholas at Warren.

Index Entries

  • Baltimore, Md.; currency search
  • Carr, Hetty Smith Stevenson (Peter Carr’s wife); family of search
  • Carr, Peter (TJ’s nephew); mentioned search
  • Carr’s-brook (Peter Carr’s Albemarle Co. estate) search
  • currency; Baltimore search
  • Gibson & Jefferson (Richmond firm); and gypsum acquired by TJ search
  • Gibson & Jefferson (Richmond firm); payments made for TJ search
  • gypsum (plaster of paris); shipped search
  • Hollins, John; and gypsum search
  • Hollins, John; letters to search
  • Hollins, John; TJ pays search
  • Jefferson, Thomas; Business & Financial Affairs; payments to J. Hollins search
  • Nicholas, Margaret Smith (Wilson Cary Nicholas’s wife) search
  • Nicholas, Wilson Cary (1761–1820); mentioned search
  • Patterson, Dorcas Spear search
  • Patterson, William search