From Patrick Gibson
Richmond 3d May 1815
I wrote you on the 28th Ulto and have since received your favor of the 29th inclosing an order on the Commr of loans for $8580 payable in treasury notes, on application at the office I find that Mr Nelson has none on hand, but expects a supply shortly—With regard to the taking up your note with them I have only to repeat what I mention’d in my last, that it is not possible to do so except at a discount
RC (MHi); between dateline and salutation: “Thomas Jefferson Esqre”; endorsed by TJ as received 6 May 1815 and so recorded in SJL.
Gibson’s letter to TJ of the 28th ulto, which was received 3 May 1815 from Richmond, TJ’s letter to him of 24 Apr., and TJ’s favor of 29 Apr. 1815 are recorded in SJL, but none have been found except for the address cover of the first (RC in DLC; addressed: “Thomas Jefferson Esqre Monticello”; franked; postmarked Richmond, 1 May; with PoC of TJ to John George Baxter, 16 July 1815, on verso).
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