Thomas Jefferson Papers

Brown & Robertson to Thomas Jefferson, 26 August 1811

From Brown & Robertson

Lynchburg 26 Augt 1811


Yours of 21st Inst is at hand and observe the contents we make no doubt but that you will do us impartial Justice and make such payments towards our claims as justice requires—I take the liberty in behalf of Mr Robertson who is absent to return our thanks for your past custom and hope to merit a continuance of your favours—with due respt we remain1 Yo mo obt

hm sert
B & Robertson
per [. . .] Garland

RC (MHi); entirely in Garland’s hand; initial in signature illegible; between dateline and salutation: “Mr Jefferson”; endorsed by TJ as a letter from “Garland P. A.” received 5 Sept. 1811 and so recorded in SJL.

1Manuscript: “remai.”

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