Thomas Jefferson Papers

To Thomas Jefferson from Stephen Cathalan, Jr., 24 December 1807

Marseilles 24th. December 1807.


I have the honor of advising you, that I have this day valued on you in my Bill of Exchange for $87.10 cts. Say Eighty Seven Dollars & ten Cents unto Mr. William Hazard, or order payable at Sight, at the Exchange of F5.35/100 per Dollar making Francs —F.466. [. . . .] being the amount of the Sundry Provisions I sent you, by your order per the Ship Fabius Captn. Andrew Cole, bound for Philadelphia as per Invoice & Bill of Lading in my letter of the 14th. October last; hoping it will meet with due honor from you;—

I have the honor to be with great Respect Sir Your most Obt & Hble. Servant.

Stephen Cathalan Jr.

MHi: Coolidge Collection.

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