Thomas Jefferson Papers

From Thomas Jefferson to Bernard Peyton, 16 November 1821

Pop. For. Nov. 16. 21.

Dear Sir

Winding up my yearly affairs here and just on my departure for Monticello I draw on you as follows. in favor of.

James Steptoe 79 .61. this will be presentd immedly
Wm J. Miller 171 .67 payable 30th instant.
Bolling 326 .25 with int. from this date.

until paid this last altho’ made payable immediately will not be presentd until abt Xmas as I have good grounds to believe for which reason it bears int until called for. I shall be at home on the 20th and will spare no exertions which the river will permit to get down flour as fast as possible. ever & affectly yours

Th: J.

MHi: Coolidge Collection.

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