To Archibald Robertson
Poplar Forest. Dec. 12. 15.
I now inclose you an order on Messrs Gibs. & Jeff. for 112.65 to reimburse the
|45.||D.||paid to mr Yancey|
|50.||D.||cash to Jer. A. Goodman|
|17.||65||my ord. in favr Cooney|
PoC (ViU: TJP); at foot of text: “Mr Archibd Robertson”; endorsed by TJ; with part of an unrelated sketch of a geometrical figure in an unidentified hand on verso, apparently separated from remainder of this drawing on verso of PoC of TJ to Patrick Gibson, 12 Dec. 1815. Enclosure not found.
On this date TJ recorded that the enclosed order on Gibson & Jefferson covered $45 paid to Joel yancey for corn and that the other sums related to orders on Robertson given to Jeremiah A. goodman, on 30 Nov., and to James cooney in partial payment for a horse, on 2 Dec. (MB description begins James A. Bear Jr. and Lucia C. Stanton, eds., Jefferson’s Memorandum Books: Accounts, with Legal Records and Miscellany, 1767–1826, 1997, The Papers of Thomas Jefferson, Second Series description ends , 2:1316–7).
- Cooney, James; sells horse to TJ search
- corn; TJ buys search
- Gibson & Jefferson (Richmond firm); payments made for TJ search
- Goodman, Jeremiah Augustus; debts of search
- Goodman, Jeremiah Augustus; TJ pays search
- horses; TJ purchases search
- leather; TJ buys search
- Robertson, Archibald; letters to search
- Robertson, Archibald; TJ pays search
- Yancey, Joel (d.1833); as superintendent of Poplar Forest search
- Yancey, Joel (d.1833); buys corn for TJ search
- Yancey, Joel (d.1833); TJ pays search