Thomas Jefferson Papers

Craven Peyton to Thomas Jefferson, 7 February 1817

From Craven Peyton

Monteagle Feby 7–1817.

D. Sir

Agreeable to my promise, I send my Son, with this lettar to inform You, I have Fifteen hundred Dollars Now in Richmd I wish to be informed if You wish it braught up or a Draft at Sight. You can be Accomodated in eathar way, this with Othar Money I shall soon have will enable You I hope to keep back Your produce untill the hight of the Markett. it depends entirely On Circumstances at what time I may wish the Money refunded it shall lay in Your hands As long as I possibly can do without it. if a draft is wished I will come up at Any hour You may wish & give it. Very Sincerely Yr. Frd & Servt

C. Peyton

RC (MHi); inconsistently endorsed by TJ as a letter of 7 Feb. received 6 Feb. 1817 and so recorded in SJL.

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