Thomas Jefferson Papers

Thomas Jefferson to John Vaughan, 15 February 1820

To John Vaughan

Monticello Feb. 15. 20.

Dear Sir

I yesterday took the liberty of inclosing a draft for 400.D. with a request to remit it to mr Appleton, and promised by the ensuing mail to send the letters of advice for him as to it’s disposition. this I now do, and therefore pray you to forward them to him with the remittance, and repeat to you my affectionate and respectful salutations.

Th: Jefferson

RC (University Archives Auctions, Westport, Conn., 2012); at foot of text: “John Vaughan esq.”; franked; endorsed in an unidentified hand as received in February 1820 and in another unidentified hand as concerning “Letters of advice for Appleton.” PoC (MHi); on verso of reused address cover of Joseph C. Cabell to TJ, 15 Feb. 1819; endorsed by TJ. Enclosures: TJ to Thomas Appleton, 15 Feb. 1820, and enclosures.

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  • Appleton, Thomas; and stonecutters for Central College–University of Virginia search
  • Vaughan, John; and University of Virginia search
  • Vaughan, John; handles financial transactions search
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