Thomas Jefferson Papers

Gerard E. Stack to Thomas Jefferson, 3 September 1820

From Gerard E. Stack

Charlottesville Septr 3. 1820.


Enclosed I return you fifteen dollars of the forty which you enclosed for the tuition of J. M. Randolph.1 He returned to the Academy about the first day of April last; and from that time to the present, his tuition fees amount to twenty five dollars which I retain in full for all pecuniary demands on you.

Yours respectfully.

G. E. Stack.

RC (MHi); addressed: “To Thomas Jefferson Esqr”; endorsed by TJ, in part, as a “reciept for 25.D.”

1Manuscript: “Randolp.”

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