Thomas Jefferson Papers

To Thomas Jefferson from Bernard Peyton, 4 July 1825

Richd 4 July 1825

Dear Sir,

Yours of the 2d has been recd covering blank notes for the renewal of yours at the Banks which shall be attended to.  The dft: you advise of having drawn shall be paid when presented.

I was in hopes you had quite recovered your health before this, hearing you had been at the University since your first attack.

With sincere regard Dr Sir, Yours very Truly

Bernard Peyton

I hope Judge Dade has accepted the Professorship of Law in the University, if it has been offerd to him—

B. P.


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