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In writing to you yesterday I forgot to send you the inclosed letter to Doctr. Wallace at Fauqr....
As the two cooks which are here, will take the place of Peter Hemings in the kitchen, it will be...
I suppose that for the waggon &c. to get here on the 6th. of March, they must set out on Thursday...
We have no mail from Milton this week, so that any letters committed to that will not come to...
I mistook in my last in naming to you the day when you would recieve the money from Gibson &...
On the reciept of your letter of the 12th. I made the following estimate of your debts, and of...
I have found it more convenient to have money sent to you from Richmond this month than from this...
My letter by Davy would lead you into an error as to the day of his departure, as I dated it Dec....
I have not heard whether Jerry is returned from Bedford with his waggon, but I expect he is, and...
I recieved yesterday yours of the 15th. I am glad to learn your progress in the garden, which I...
I inclose you three hundred & five Dollars to be disposed of as follows D to John Perry 200.
Yours of the 17th. is recieved. you may proceed to the purchase of the other 100. barrels of corn...
I recieved yesterday your letter of the 10th. and will remit you the monies therein desired the...
I inclose you 565. Dollars to be paid as follows. D. to John Perry 200.
Your’s of the 21st. is recieved. I think you ought not to venture to come without a horse or mule...
Yours of the 13th. is recieved, and the 135. D. shall be sent you the first week in Nov. as shall...
I inclose you 360. D. to be paid as follows. to John Perry 200. mr Nelson 30. Wm. Maddox 52. 16...
Your’s of the 8th. came to hand last night, and I now inclose you 30. D. for Bishop’s order in...
I duly recieved yours covering mr J. Peyton’s account. I find it is exactly as I had thought...
By a letter from mr John Peyton I percieve he is not satisfied that there was an error of...
I now inclose you 260. D. to be paid as follows John Perry 100. Colo. Nicholas Lewis 103. 89...
Directions for mr Bacon. June 7. 08. Consider as your first object the keeping a full supply of...
Davy has been detained till to-day in order to carry home another decayed horse which I must pray...
I recieved yesterday your’s of the 15th. two tons of nailrod were ordered on the 5th. instant and...
I inclose you 100. D. of which be pleased to pay 50. D. to J. Perry and keep 50. for the debts...
I send by post some Beny seeds which I must pray you to plant. take any open space in the South...
The plants of Privet which you have recieved are from mr Gordon and I intend them for a hedge in...
I recieved yesterday yours of the 4th. I would have you sow in oats the whole of the field we got...
I recieved last night your letter of the 19th. by which I learn you have done 250. f. of the...
Your’s of Jan. 29. has been recieved. mr Randolph having been so kind as to offer his aid in...
I recieved last night yours of the 18th. respecting mr Belt’s horse. he never spoke to me on that...
I recieved last night information that 2. tons of nail rod were shipped from Philadelphia for me....
Mr. Eppes of Eppington in Chesterfield has bought a horse for me which is now at his house, and...
I inclose you four hundred & fifty five dollars to be paid as follows. to John Perry 100. D. Hugh...
I recieved last night your letter of the 4th. and a new arrangement of the post which begins this...
Davy has been detained till now, the earth having been so frozen that the plants could not be dug...
I now inclose you 250. Dollars, of which 100. is for James Walker, 50. for mr Maddox, and 100. D....
Your’s of the 16th. was recieved by the post of last week. I authorised mr Shoemaker to give some...
I am entirely uninformed of the nature of mr John Peyton’s account, as also of that of Cooper. I...
I now inclose you 360. Dollars to be paid as follows to John Perry for Walker’s order 100. D. to...
I promised Henry Williams to send him by this day’s post 87 D. 13 C for William Stewart. I...
Mr. Perry informs me he is ready to proceed with the stable, but cannot for want of the hauling....
My packages which were shipwrecked having been sent on from Richmond to Monticello, I send you a...
I inclose you four hundred and eighty dollars to be paid as follows. D to mr John Carr for J....
Will you be so good as to desire mr Stewart to fit up my cutting knife to be used at Monticello,...
   Memorandums The first work to be done is to finish every thing at the mill, to wit, the dam,...
Davy has been detained here until this day. he now carries with him some bundles of trees, and...
I suppose Davy will set out tomorrow, and of course that he will hardly be back to Monticello...
Your’s of Jan. 30. is recieved. I now inclose you 350. Dollars towit for James Walker 100. D....
As I must carry thorn plants home in the spring to fill up the vacancies in my hedges, I must now...