Former Chief Clerk Of The State Department George Taylor Jr. Discusses Stock In A Pennsylvania Bridge
by GEORGE TAYLOR, JR.
GEORGE TAYLOR JR. Taylor was the Chief Clerk of the United States State Department from 1792 to 1798. ALS. 1pg. 8” x 10”. November 19, 1811. Philadelphia. An autograph letter signed “Geo Taylor Jr”. Taylor discusses stock in a Pennsylvania bridge, which was to include funding from New Jersey. “Dear Sir I have been favored with yours of the 15th instant conveying draft on Penn for the amount of the Bridge Stock for which accept my thanks. I supposed that the cause of the delay was to obtain the money from Jersey. Should any of my acquaintances have shares to dispose of I shall recollect what you say on the subject and mention you to them. I am respectfully Your obt. Servant Geo Taylor Jr”. The letter is in good condition with foxing at the margins and discoloration throughout. (Inventory #: 3767)
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