Thomas Jefferson Papers

To Thomas Jefferson from Edmund Bacon, 26 January 1821

January 26th 1821.

Deare Sir,

I have examined the statemt on the Paper. Just recieved and believe it. contains every article in accts betwen you & myself excepting the three beeves. they was valued to 40 dollars 13 Dollars & a third each Mr Th J Randolph saw them. the two first killed in the fall was two of them. one being a good cow. is kept for milch. If it soots and you think it. not improper you may extend the settlement of accts on to the comeing September. as I shall not call on you for a dollar untill I leave virginia

I am yours &c

E: Bacon

we will be some days imployd yet sawing the burl. stuff we have a smart Name already sawed. will the carpenter still mall it as it is now necessary for it to be malled by some body. as the coopers require it.

ViU: Edgehill-Randolph Papers.

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