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The account rendered to-day is perfectly satisfactory, as the not having known of the 9. barrels of family flour subsequent to the last account , had alone excited doubt and a wish for you to examine it. I inclose you a statement as I suppose the account now to stand PoC ( MHi ); on verso of reused address cover of John Adams to TJ, 30 Sept. 1816 ; at foot of text: “M r T. E. Randolph ”;...
In answer to the enquiry of yesterday , I think the that the proposition for Mann to serve on his half pay until a vacancy may entitle him to whole pay, may be very properly made to the Secretary of the navy either by Mann or yourself, on the reasonable ground of unwillingness to let him be idle, and a preference that he should be learning what is to be the business of his life. still, as they...
I have subjoined to the lease an acknolegement that the rent of the next year is payable in flour as you desired . I wish I could, even by possibility postpone the October payment to January. but I shall not have one Dollar through the remainder of this year but the rent of the mill, having exhausted all other funds, even of credit, in the purchase of corn, and oats, by the total failure of my...
In my letter of the other day I mentioned that the credit of 122.50 D for corn formerly bought from mr Bankhead as mentioned by Col o T. M. Randolph , was correct, and reduced our balance to 176.26½ D since that, having occasion to pay mr Fagg 49.58 D and not having the money, he told me it was due to you, & that an order on you would answer his purpose, which accordingly I gave him, & it...
From the account you were so good as to furnish me I make out the inclosed statement for the last & present year. as to the first year is of flour specifically, both the crop and rent being consisting of flour only. the balance 67. Barrels. the 2 d year’s account being for flour as to the crop, and money as to the rent, I carry on the balance of 67. Barrels to the flour acc t of the 2 d year...
I have this morning written to the Secretary of the navy , to sollicit a midshipman’s warrant for Mann . the bearer of this letter carries that to the post office so that it may go by tomorrow’s mail. it was more direct and certain to address it at once to the Secretary of the navy , and I have requested him to inclose the warrant to Mann , at Baltimore to the care of George Stevenson . I...
As mr Randolph and yourself have the Shadwell mill in partnership this year and the details of it’s business, on account of his absences, will chiefly fall on you, I submit to you the following considerations as to the rent. while Shoemaker held the mill the rent was fixed in money at 1280.D. a year payable quarterly. when mr Randolph and M c kinney took it they wished it to be fixed in flour...
The purchase of Pantops renders it necessary for me to understand exactly the conditions of the lease you have on it. M r Eppes has always told me they were exactly the same as those of my lease to Craven , which was agreed between yourselves to be the model. indeed I have some faint recollection of having drawn the articles myself on that model, at the request of mr Eppes , or perhaps of both...
Thomas E. Randolph in Account with Th: Jefferson D r Cr. D 1809. May 15. By balance on account to this day due T.E.R. 7.41 1810. Jan. 1. To rent of Lego for 1809 160.00
I ought perhaps sooner to have informed you that mr Crav. Peyton had assigned to me your note for 201.49 D to which is to be added the rent of the last year . the present is merely to give this information, as I shall set off tomorrow for Bedford & be absent some weeks. having some heavy paiments to make at our March & April courts any aid towards these would be acceptable, without meaning...