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I now inclose your account made up to the first of this month, by which there appears to be a balance due us of 45/8. The Hhd of Molasses you will observe from the account, was forwarded some days ago. The Cyder has since arrived, but we have not yet met with an opportunity of sending it up—but which shall be done by the very first that offers, together with the Corks. The bottles I am sorry...
I yesterday forwarded the Cyder and Corks, together with some things written for by Mr. Randolph, at the request of your manager —by a boat belonging to one of the Faris’s . I observe in Mr. R’s list that the same number of Corks are mentioned as in yours; and as I expect they are intended for the same purpose, & bottles are not included in his—I hope they find that none will be required. I am...
I have lately received, and have to day forwarded to Johnston & Richardson of Norfolk, to be by them sent on to Mr. Barnes by the first opportunity, seven dozen of Mr. Macons hams; being all that he can spare. I am endeavouring to make up the quantity you require, and hope shortly to procure such as may be relied upon. The two boxes & Cask of wine from Philada. arrived some days ago, and were...
I have procured from Smithfield and have forwarded to Norfolk to be sent on to Mr. Barnes as before, six Casks containing six dozen hams; which from the character given them I hope may prove as good, as perhaps even Colo. Macons. The groceries, including a cask of wine from Norfolk, arrived a few days since; and were to day forwarded on to Milton, with 80 Bundles of nail-rod, & 8 of hoop-iron....
Your favor of the 8th. is duly received. The letter which it inclosed for Mr. Craven Peyton, shall be held subject to his call. I forwarded the day before yesterday 504 ℔. bacon to Mr. Lilly agreeably to your direction, that having been the first opportunity which has offered since the receipt of your letter on the subject. the same boat brought down a Piano forte to go to Philadelphia, which...
As I suppose you will have to give Mr. Hawkins some instruction respecting the Piano, I think it unnecessary myself to write to him, and therefore inclose the bill of loading to you, which you will of course forward. I likewise inclose you a bill of loading for the box mentioned in my last . I am Dear Sir Your Very humble servt. RC ( MHi ); at foot of text: “Thomas Jefferson esqr.”; endorsed...
In compliance with the desire expressed in your favor of the 12th., I have been endeavouring to get an offer for your Tobacco, but no one seems disposed to make a positive one, unless I were authorised to make sale of it. Should I be authorised to sell it at such a price, a Mr. Rutherfoord tells me that he thinks it probable he will give 4.¾$ Cash, or 5$ at 90 days. this last price however I...
I have to day received another dividend of 3 ⅌ Cent on Mr. Short’s James River shares, being $:198.—it is placed to the credit of Mr. Barnes, who shall be advised of it by tomorrows post. Your things from Washington have arrived, and shall be forwarded by the first boats. I am Dear Sir Your Very humble servt. RC ( MHi ); at foot of text: “Thomas Jefferson esqr.”; endorsed by TJ as received 26...
I some days since forwarded by Mr. Mooney , your things from Washington, the Iron & Steel from Philadelphia, & the syrup of punch; together with some articles for D. Carr. The lime & linen shall be forwarded by the next boat, if to be had; the latter however I am satisfied, cannot. The Rudimens Rudiments I send by the post-rider. Mr. Eppes is, I expect, by this with you—if he is not, have the...
I yesterday sent you by direction of Messrs. Watson & Higganbotham 20 Bushels of Coal—I likewise forwarded by R. Mooney 2 dozn. syrup of punch. there is no Rhode Island lime to be had here. there is some from Philadelphia, which the owners say is good. I cannot yet procure any such linen as you require. Mr. Short is gone to Washington, of which I suppose you will have heard by the Governor. I...