Thomas Jefferson Papers

To Thomas Jefferson from Patrick Gibson, 6 April 1820

Richmd 6. apl 1820


When I wrote you on the 20th ulto annexing sales of your Flour & your acct currt I was not aware of your notes being curtailed in the Va BK (80$) which reduces it now to 1450$ the bale therefore I have in hand which you can draw for will be only about $57– the dfts favr Lietch & Wolfe have appeared & been paid. hereafter it wod [. . .] well you shod send your notes blank, as they may be curtailed for some time—

I am Sir with high respect Yours
Patrick Gibson
John. G. Robert

the note now here is filled up for 1530 which will not answer for next [. . .] day, but must be blank

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