Thomas Jefferson Papers

To Thomas Jefferson from Henry Alexander Scammell Dearborn, 12 December 1821

Custom House Boston Dec. 12. 1821.—

Much respected Sir,

I enclose the invoice & letter of Messrs Dodge & Oxnard, & on the other side, is a memorandum of the expences which I have for here. The articles will go to Richmond, in the Brig Richmond, Snow master, which sails next sunday.

The medal I will also send, in a letter, to Capt Peyton, by the same vessel.

with the highest respect I have the honor to be Sir, your most obt. st.

H.A.S. Dearborn

Memo of sundry expences accrueing on the importation of certain goods, by Thos Jefferson in the Brig Packet recently from Marseilles; paid by H.A.S. Dearborn, Boston.—

  Decr 4– Acct  Freight paid Geo: Campbell for his a/c 35.81
 Duties  on  Olive oil &c. ad ral 5.10
 Ditto on  Wine 119 gall. @ 30¢  35.70
 Do  Bottles 162 @ 1¢ 1.62

District of Boston & Charlestown

December 12th 1821–

Recd Payment

H.A.S. Dearbo

DLC: Papers of Thomas Jefferson.

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