Washington July 5. 08.
I duly recieved yours covering mr J. Peyton’s account. I find it is exactly as I had thought before, and I shall convince him of it when at home, which will be about the 24th. or 25th. instant.
I inclose you 265. D. in Richmond bills which be pleased to pay as follows.
|Bullock for corn||90.||90.|
I salute you with my best wishes.
P.S. let me know on what day the first roster years can be had or has been had of the Pani corn.