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&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;Peter Tinsley, the brother of the officer, concerning a demand against whom i took the liberty to write a letter to thee not long since, apprehends, in that the letter may make some impression thy mind unfavourable to the officer, and may produce a suspicion in others of some unjustifiable conduct in captain Tinsley. This i write for the purpose of declaring that i know of no such conduct; and that i could not learn, after inquire, where he was, and knew not to whom, <br />
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&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;Peter Tinsley, the brother of the officer, concerning a demand against whom i took the liberty to write a [[Wythe to Thomas Jefferson, 19 June 1801|letter]] to thee not long since, apprehends, in that the letter may make some impression thy mind unfavourable to the officer, and may produce a suspicion in others of some unjustifiable conduct in captain Tinsley. This i write for the purpose of declaring that i know of no such conduct; and that i could not learn, after inquire, where he was, and knew not to whom, <br />
  
 
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"Wythe to Thomas Jefferson, July 31, 1801, p. 1." Image from the Library of Congress, The Thomas Jefferson Papers.]

    Go. Wythe to Th. Jefferson
    Peter Tinsley, the brother of the officer, concerning a demand against whom i took the liberty to write a letter to thee not long since, apprehends, in that the letter may make some impression thy mind unfavourable to the officer, and may produce a suspicion in others of some unjustifiable conduct in captain Tinsley. This i write for the purpose of declaring that i know of no such conduct; and that i could not learn, after inquire, where he was, and knew not to whom,

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"Wythe to Thomas Jefferson, July 31, 1801, p. 2." Image from the Library of Congress, The Thomas Jefferson Papers.]

Whom, beside thyself, i could applie for information in what manner i might hope to obtain paiment of a demand on behalf of an old servant. farewell. 31 of july, 1801