Thomas Jefferson Papers

From Thomas Jefferson to Arthur S. Brockenbrough, 13 June 1825

June 13. 25.

Th: J. to mr Brockenbrough

We must now procure a bill of exchange which will nett 6000. D. in London, and it should be of the first degree of solidity. it is to be made payable to ‘His Excellency Rufus King Ambassador of the United States of America in London.’ will you be so good as to get Colo Peyton to procure such a bill and send it to you by duplicates, as I must inclose them in my letters to mr King

friendly salutations.

P.S. charge it to Library fund as it is for Apparatus—

ViU: Thomas Jefferson Papers (Proctor’s Papers).

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