Thomas Jefferson Papers

To Thomas Jefferson from James H. McCulloch, 26 February 1822

Custom House Balto Collts Offe Feby 26 1821


I received this morning a letter from Collo B Peyton of Richmond enclosing a check on the Bank of Baltimo for five dollars thirty–five cents, duties & expences on a box of books consigned to my care for you, & shipped hence in the schooner Spartan to Richmond the beginning of last month.

The vessel has been detained by the ice till but has now proceeded to her destination, & I hope will have delivered the books safely to Collo Peyton, by the time you receive this.

I beg leave to renew the assurances of sincere respect & the best wishes for your continued health & peace which are never wanting with

Your obliged frd & Servt

Jas H McCulloch


Mr Rush’s letter & the invo of books, shall be sent to Collo Peyton by first vessel.

DLC: Papers of Thomas Jefferson.

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