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M r Edmund Randolph’s indisposition has probably prevented as yet his attendance at his court to acknolege and forward the deed for mr Mazzei’s lot. the first court of Albemarle after he shall have forwarded it to me, it shall be dispatched. I presume that the deed having been actually executed, as before advised, the delay of the formality of acknolegement will occasion no hesitation in mr...
Since mine of Nov. 21. I have recieved yours of Nov. 23. Dec. 7. & 14. in that of the 7 th Nov. 23. came the 45.D. small bills, and in the last a notice of mr Harvie ’s payment. I regret much my tobacco is not at market, and am pressing my manager
M r Johnson going down with his boat gives me an opportunity of getting a bale of cotton brought up, which I will ask the favor of you to procure for me, say of 3. or 400. weight. your favor of Aug. 4. is recieved, and lightens my anxieties. I now return the note for the bank, signed, but left blank to be filled by yourself according to circumstances. 1500.D. additional is about the sum which...
Since sending you my letter of the 10th to the post office a call of 200 D. is made upon me which had been agreed to be delayed until my produce should have been sold in the next spring but the party assigned it to another who now required it without regard to that arrangement. I am obliged to draw for it on you in favor of Branham & Jones of Charlottesville . I do this with reluctance because...
Your favor of the 18 th is recieved, and informs me how much the quality of my tob o falls short of what I had been given to expect. this afflicts me not merely as to the first loss, but also as it injures the reputation of that tob o which has heretofore commanded high prices. the present loss too is very inopportune sensibly felt. short as my crops both of flour & tob o turned out the last...
I have j In my letter of June 8. I mentioned the arrival from Marseilles of some wines for me at Philadelphia and Alexandria on which there would be some duties, freight & port charges to pay, which I must ask the favor of you to remit for me. the 2 boxes from Philadelphia I presume have come to hand; and I have just recieved a letter from Col o Simms
My last was of the 14 th . your’s of the same date was received two days after. the Frenchman who laid in the claim with mr Taylor , must have been mr Peter Derieux who married the daughter of mr Mazzei’s wife , long since dead. they live in N. Carolina , and were long
In my letter of yesterday by mr Johnson , I mentioned that I would write to you more specially on the subject of the remittance to Philadelphia ; I find that my different accounts there for books and newspapers amount nearly to 150.D. which sum I will therefore ask the favor of you to remit to mr Nicholas G. Dufief bookseller Philadelphia , on my account. I write to him now as to the disposal...
Your favor of Jan. 13. is recieved and a statement of my account to the 1 st inst. when I percieve a balance against me (exclusive of that of the bank) of 301. D 90 C M r Randolph was to have paid for me the 1 st Inst. thro’ his agent mr Norris something upwards
I recieved the day before yesterday mr Edmund Randolph’s answer that he would execute any deed I should desire for mr Mazzei which should bind go to warrant only against himself & his heirs. I have thought it best to make a statement of the title which the purchaser may consider, and verify every material part of it for himself by the records at Richmond . he will see that the title is so...