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Your favor of the 1st. inst. came to hand on the 9th. and brought me the welcome news that you were all well, about which I was anxious, having left Martha not quite as well as I wished. The short proceeds of my sale the last year obliged me to a small one this year, which would have been unnecessary had the other yeilded as was reasonably expected. I therefore, while at home, sent orders to...
Your favor of May 25. came to hand on the 5th. inst. I am infinitely pleased at your predilection for settling in Albemarle. Certainly no circumstance in life is so near my heart as to have you near me. This will fix beyond a doubt my intended visit to Virginia, in the fall, in order to see what arrangements may be taken for settling you in Albemarle. In the mean while perhaps it might be as...
I received yesterday your favor of the 19th. I have perceived at times that a week has been lost by the post. The following is a list of the dates and receipts of your letters of May and June, where there is one instance of 12. days in coming and another of 19. The exact time is 8. or 9. Your letter of May 8. arrived May 18. being 10. days 16. 25   9. 22. June  3. 12. 31. 19. 19. June 13. 22 ...
Your favor of April 30. came to hand on the 7th. inst. and I thank you for your information relative to the Opossum, which I hope the next season will enable you to complete. You may count it as fortunate that so interesting an investigation remains still to be made, and that, being made with care and science, it cannot fail to attract general notice.—In my letter of last week I mentioned my...
I have to acknolege your two favors of the 11th. and 19th. inst. The miscarriage of the servants clothes has happened, I presume, from the stupidity of the person here who carried them to the vessel, and (the captain being absent) delivered them to a saylor and took his receipt. The vessel has never come to this port again since I began to suspect the roguery.—I desired Mr. Brown to let all my...
I am obliged to trouble you in the following affair. Doctor Walker, in his account against my father’s estate, omitted to credit a sum of £200. paid him Aug. 31. 1766. by Kippen & co. on account of the estate, and debited in their account against the estate. It appeared that he had credited the estate another sum of £200. from Kippen & co. as received 1761. March. and it was suggested that...
Scantling for the operations of 1793 10. Sleepers. 23. feet long: 10 Inches deep. 4. Inches thick. 30. do. 12. feet long. same depth and breadth. 17. do. 18. feet long. same depth and breadth. 10. do. 23. feet long } all these are to be triangular, and to be got in the manner pointed out on the next page. 30. do. 12. feet long 17. do. 18. feet long. 10. do.