Thomas Jefferson Papers

To Thomas Jefferson from Edmund Bacon, 25 January 1819

25th Jany 1819.

Deare Sir.

It is some what possible that I may moove the comeing fall to the west. the certainty of my mooveing intirely depends upon an answer to a letter from me to my brothers which letter I have expected to recieve before now. should I moove I shall be obliged to have a small waggon of some what the kind of your old markit waggon and as I should be obliged to have it made and the time is not even at this time too soon to see where I can have it done should it be wanting. I have concluded that perhaps it might soot you to let your workmen make it. or perhaps it may soot you to sell me the one you have I mean the old markit waggon

I am yours &c

E: Bacon

ViU: Edgehill-Randolph Papers.

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