Thomas Jefferson Papers

William D. Meriwether to Thomas Jefferson, 30 October 1819

From William D. Meriwether

Albemarle October 30th 1819


Be Pleased to take notice that at the tavern of George W Kingsolving in the town of Charlottesville on monday the first of November betwen the hours of eleven in the forenoon and two in the afternoon I shall proceed to take the deposition of Immanuel Poor and others to be read in evidence in the suit wherein you are plaintiff and the Directors of the Rivanna company are defendants in the superior court of Chancery holden at Staunton

W D. Meriwether

RC (TxDaHCL: JDRC); at foot of text: “M Thomas Jefferson Monticello”; with TJ to Meriwether, [1 Nov. 1819], on verso.

Index Entries

  • Charlottesville, Va.; taverns in search
  • Jefferson v. Rivanna Company; depositions for search
  • Kinsolving, George Washington; tavern of search
  • Meriwether, William Douglas; and Rivanna Company search
  • Meriwether, William Douglas; letters from search
  • Poor, Immanuel; andJefferson v. Rivanna Company search
  • Rivanna Company; directors of search
  • Superior Court of Chancery for the Staunton District search