Thomas Jefferson Papers

To Thomas Jefferson from Bernard Peyton, 1 April 1824

Richd 1 Apl 1824

Dear Sir,

Agreeable to your standing order, hand herewith statements your quarterly a/c, to date, which I hope will be found correct & satisfactory—

I feel sincerely grateful for yours of the 27th:, which reached me last evening:—it disturbs me greatly to occasion you so much trouble, I only wish I had a fit opportunity of testifying my gratitude.

With sincere regard Dr Sir Yours very Truly

Bernard Peyton

P.S. Since writing the above, you Glass, from Boston, has arrived, & shall be fordd by first Waggon, to Charlottesville, care Raphael—

B. P.


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