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L d Nepier’s Catholic rule for solving Spherical r t angled triangles. He noted first the parts, or elements of a triangle, to wit, the sides and angles, and, expunging from these the right angle, as if it were a non existence, he considered the other 5. parts, to wit, the 3. sides, & 2. oblique angles, as arranged in a circle, and therefore called them the Circular parts; but chose (for...
Mess rs Shoemakers in Account with Th: Jefferson on a contract for offal I was, by agreement, to have the offal of my crop of wheat at 2/6 for every barrel of flour, or every 5. bushels of wheat, which is 50/ for every hundred bushels of wheat. I delivered 2047 bush.–55 ℔ the usual allowance of offal for 100. bushels of wheat, is 6. bushels of Midlings, 12 bushels of shipstuff , & 30. bushels...
Shadwell Mill 19 th Sept r 1816 —We agree to deliver to the order of Tho s Jefferson Esq r Six hundred bushels of Shipstuff at eighteen-pence ⅌ er bushel to be deducted from the first quarters Rent—and to be deliver’d viz t 200 bushels in the second week of October next,—200—on the 1
Memorandum of an agreement entered into on the 2 d Day of December 1814. between Thomas Jefferson of Monticello in the county of Albemarle on the one part and Philip Thornton of Richmond in the county of Henrico on the other part. The sd Thomas agrees to lease to the sd
A statement of the bonds given to Cary & Welsh . 1797 Jan 20. 1 st bond paiable July 1. 1798. Principal £300. } with interest at 5. per cent from 2 d d o 1799 300. 1769
Statement of the Balance due on from Tho s Jefferson ’s esq r to Wakelin Welch.