From Nathaniel H. Hooe
King George ct Sept 10th 11
I received a letter from Mr John Daingerfield of the 2nd Inst who says he was authorised by Mrs Mary Daingerfield to make a request of me whether I had written to you relative to the Balance of money due her & whether I had herd from you & if I had to be informed of the prospect of her geting the money due her Viz the full hire of Edmund with some balances of Intirest that is due her from the times that her moneys became due & not punctually paid, I informed Mr Daingerfield that I had written to you on the subject of a payment that I had reced no answer to the letter I had written to you, but expected one on the 5th Inst at the post office at King George Ct House, & if I received one I would send her a copy, be assurred sir that a speedy payment to Mrs Daingerfield & myself would be a very great accommodation to us Yours Very Respectfuly
Nathl H. Hooe
RC (MHi); addressed: “Mr Thos Jefferson Albemarl Ct Monticello”; franked; endorsed by TJ as received 2 Oct. 1811 and so recorded in SJL; with TJ’s Notes on a Conversation with Nathaniel H. Hooe, 6 Jan. 1812, on address leaf.