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I am favor’d with yours of the 21st, covering receipts for four Hhds Tobacco, which I will have pleasure in disposing of, to the best advantage, whenever you may so direct. I quote it at present from $3 3/4 to 10, general sales, a very fine Hhd: might reach $11, this price tho’ I fear is temporary, & to continue only whilst the supply is limited, which is yet the case, the receipts up to this...
By your own Waggon you will receive six sacks salt one bundle Domesticks and two Barrels Whiskey delivered in good order yours Respectfully 6 Sacks Salt 2 Bbls Whiskey 1 bundle Domesticks RC ( PPPrHi ).
Sales Tobacco by Bernard Peyton For account James Madison Esqr 1833 June 5 For Cash. . 4 Hhds Tobacco (viz) J. M. #3. 1424. 134. 1290 @ $8— $103.20 4. 1316. 134. 1182. . .7.50 88.65 5. 1392. 142. 1250. . .8.50. . . 106.25 6. 1444. 434. 1310. . .7.50. . . 98.25 _________ $396.35 Charges Paid for notes $2—Commission 2 1/2 pr cent $9.91 11.91 Nett proceeds $384.44 Account (DLC) .
I have forwarded by Aleck in good order To your address Two Boxes Candles, Two <...> Lim<...> one Small Bundle Silk Two reams writing paper One Keg rice One Keg Mace Pepper Cinnamon Jug blue &c. &c. and Four Bundles Cotton Yarn Yours very respectfully I Received of Aleck Two Hhds Tobco. B. P pr ⅌ J. G. L. RC (DLC) .
Immediately on the rec t of your esteem d favo’r of the 20th Current I proceeded to search for the Articles you wish d and am sorry to say I could neither meet with Bottles or Corks of the description mentioned—I was desirous to have the Bottles picked, and packed in a Hogshead to prevent their being injured by removing, but, this the gentleman (and the only one who had them in the City) would...
Your favor of the 8th: Inst. came safe to hand and its contents noted—I lost no time after its rec t in waiting on M r Mordecai of whom you speak and found he had no Plaister of Parris on hand, those gentleman who have it aprehend a rise in the Article and hold theirs now at a much higher price than you seem to expect—it was not offer d to me either at Rockets or in Town at less than 12 and...
From my not having heard forther from you on the subject of the Plaister sent, I have concluded its quality suited and have forwarded the balance of the eight Tons, two on Monday last by a Boat belonging to M r Thomas E. Randolph and the balance ( four Tons) to-day by M r Gilmore —the tolage on the former load by M r Randolph ’s Boat has been paid by me— I regret to say t your
I have just returned to this City and established myself permanently in business, where I am always to be found, and shall be ever happy to serve you and your good family in any possible way—your commands shall at all times be executed with promptitude, and to the best of my judgment should you think proper to favor me with them.—Be pleased to make this known to the different branches of your...
I had the pleasure to receive your esteemed favor of the 5th current , this morning, enclosing one to Col o Randolph —upon enquiry I find from the time he left here, he must have reached Monticello the day after the date of your letter, I will therefore preserve this communication until I receive your farther instruction.— I have a particular friend and companion about to set out on a Tour of...
I am favord this morning with yours of the 11th Current — I have searched the City for the best Velvet Corks, & have succeeded in procuring the six Gross wished of excellent quality, which shall be forwarded by tomorrow’s stage, to the address of M r Vest Milton — I wrote you a few days since on the subject of M r Preston —I hope you may find it convenient to comply with my request— I have...
I was favord this morning with your note of the 8th Current by M r Gilmore & have now the pleasure to subjoin rect for the 100 ℔ Rice you wished , sent by the return of the Boat—I searched the City for the best, and latest arrivals of from the South of this article & send you what is warranted of the new crop , & said to be of very superior quality, I am not myself a judge of the article—I...
I return you my sincere thanks for your kind congratulations on my late change of situation in life, and fondly hope that permanent happiness will result from it which you are pleased to anticipate.— I feel greatly obliged by the letters you were so good as to enclose, and shall loose no time after my return to Richmond (which will be in a few days) in sending out the order and Bill for the...
Your esteemed letter of the 5th: current has been rec d and contents noted—    I have forwarded by M r Johnson ’s Boat 110 ℔s: best Bourbon Coffee & one, of your seven Tons Plaister of Paris which I procured of excellent quality delivered on the Basin Bank at $9– I hope you will find that & the Coffee to suit. 110 ℔s Best Bourbon Coffee at 26 Cts  $28.60 9 7 Tons Plaister of Paris at $9 63.00...
I send by M r Gilmer ’s Boat 80 ℔ Cotton Yarn N o 5 agreeable to your order rec d some time since; when M r Johnson was down last I had not that quantity of N o 5 on hand & was obliged to wait a few days for its arrival, I hope it will still be in good time, you will I think find it of excellent quality— In haste RC (
I received yester the Plough & Box of Seed of which you spoke in your letter & will Ship them tomorrow to their different points of destination with all possible care.    I received many days since a Bill of Lading from Matthew Carey of Philadelphia for a Box of Books to your address which has never yet reached me, owing I suppose to the Ice in the Delaware , when it does, it shall be...
I was favor’d this morning with your esteemed letter of the 9th current: I have just waited on M r Gibson & find that the Brilliant Capt Block with your Wine s arrived safely several days since & it is now in his possession, my young Man is this moment looking out for a Boat to carry up one Box, which I have no doubt he will obtain, the balance shall certainly be forwarded by Johnson at his...
I shipped on saturday last by M r Johnston ’s Boat one Box only of your Wine in consequence of his not being with it himself, at the next trip if he comes the whole shall go— it is directed to the care of M r Tho s J. Randolph of Milton — N.B. Your Box of Books from Philadelphia have never yet been received— RC ( MHi
I was favor’d this morning with your esteem d letter of the 20th: current & observe contents—    M r Johnston come down himself last friday & took your Wine from M r Gibson s on Saturday on board his Boat, I fear tho’ from the great rise in the River that it will be a considerable time before it reaches you.   I will attend to your instructions for the future on the subject of forwarding...
I send you by M r Johnsons Boat a small Bundle of Books shipped to my care by M r Carey of Philadelphia .—They reached me only a day or two since & this is the first conveyance which has presented itself—   I am always glad of an opportunity to render you service— Very respectfully sir Your assured friend & Mo: Obd: Servt: RC ( MHi ); addressed: “Thomas Jefferson Esq Monticello”; endorsed by...
I was favord by the last mail with your esteem d letter of the 12th: current enclosing a piece of Slate which I lost no time in submitting to the judgment of the best skilled Quarrier in this City; ( M r Baker Beaven ,) he has no doubt but it will work well provided there be enough of it to make it an object—I have engaged him to go immediately to Monticello and rece i ve your...
The bearer of this M r Baker Beaven is the Gentleman who I have employed to examine your Quarry of Slate & who I am persuaded you will find entirely qualified to discharge that duty— I have written you more fully by this day’s mail on this subject to which I now refer you In haste RC ( MHi ); endorsed by TJ as received 21 June 1818 and so recorded in SJL .
By M r James Johnson you will receive One Box Merchandize, which was Shipped to me from Norfolk by Messrs Moses Myers, & Son . You will please pay M r Johnson freight as customary—&C. B. Peyton ⅌ geo: Rogers RC ( MHi
I rec d on friday a large Box from Norfolk containing articles for you, shipped from New Orleans by way of Boston , all the expences on which from the latter place ( Boston ) I have paid & forwarded it the same day by M r Johnson’s Boat to you & hope it will reach you safely—    M r Ritchie left a Map with me some time since for you, which I forwarded by Co
I was favor’d yesterday with your esteem d letter by Mail , & this morning with the Box of Wine spoken of for Col o Allston by Mr. Johnson ’s Boat which shall be shipped tomorrow in a Vessel bound to Charleston direct, & he furnished with the bill of Lading by mail immediately. I have procured, & send by Mr. Johnson one hundred & fifty pounds Cotton Yarn N o
This morning’s Mail put me in receipt your esteemed favor of the 24th Cur t & contents observed. I have this morning waited on M r Brunet & applied for the Box of which you speak & am informed that it was delivered some time since to M r M. B. Poitiaux who forwarded it about a week since by a M r Huntingdon , I hope before this reaches you it will have come to hand safely.
By M r Johnson I send you a small Box which was deliverd to me a day or two since from Rocketts in very bad order & I have not since learnt where it is from, or any thing about it—I have had it recoopered and safely deliverd & hope it will reach you so With great respect D r Sir Your Mo: Obd: RC ( MHi
I was favor’d this morning with your esteem d letter covering bill of Lading for a Box of Books from New York , which when received, as well as the Cask of Rice from Charleston , shall be forwarded by the first trip of Mr. Johnson ’s Boat— I will also take pleasure in purchasing and forwarding the Three tons Plaster mentioned, & present the bills to Mr. Gibson for payment when they shall reach...
By Mr. Johnson’s Boat I send you a Tierre Rice from Co l Allston of Charleston & a Box Books (I presume) from Philadelphia, all in good order & hope they will so reach you. I have felt great sympathy & concern for the unfortunate accident which has befallen my good friend Jefferson Randolph and sincerely hope he is on the recovery— MHi : Coolidge Collection.
I am favor’d this morning with your esteemed letter of the 25 Mc h & observe contents: Your Corks from Norfolk were forwarded immediately on their receipt, together with a Box of Books to your address from F. A. Mayor’ of this City, by Gelmores Boat, long enough to have reached you before this, which I hope is the case, & that they will be in good time for your purposes: whenever I receive an...
I rec d some time since a small Box by Mr. J. C. Randolph’s Boat Man Sye from you, addressed to R. Walsh jr. Esq r Philadelphia, which I forwarded immediately, without waiting to hear from you, taking it for granted you wished me to do so. I now advise you of my having this day forwarded to Milton one Sieve of Rice from Co l N. Alstow of Charleston, & a Small Box from Philadelphia, by Ju s...
By Sye Gilliat I rece d you one Sieve Rice & 1 Box Containing a Telescope from R. Patterson of Philadelphia in good order, if so rec d please pay freight as customary—In haste— MHi : Coolidge Collection.
I reced this day by John Craddocks Boat a small Box to your address just rec d from Mr. Eastbern of New York, he will probably deliver it at Milton, possibly at Charlottesville as he has some loading for that place— MHi : Coolidge Collection.
On saturday last I forwarded by William Carver’s Boat to your address 2 Box’s Glass lodged with me by Andrew Smith Esq r of the late firm of Smith & Riddle, 1 Box Books from Fred’k: A. Mayo of this City, and 1 Bundle Books rec d a few days ago from Philadelphia; all of which I hope will reach you safely—Two other Boxes Glass for Poplar Forrest are, also lodged with me by Mr. Smith to be...
Since the rec t your esteemed favor 19th: current I have been constantly looking out for a safe conveyance for the articles you wrote for, & have this moment only succeeded, such is the scarcity of Boats owing to the unusual low state of the river, & which I fear will prevent your rec g them for some time— I have procured the Tangiers & Soccudy, Crackers, raisins & shad of superior quality,...
I regreted very much indeed that the unfortunate failure of Co l Nicholas and other circumstances should have compelled me to return to Richmond from the other side the mountain by a more direct route than I contemplated when I left home, & of course deprived me the pleasure of seeing you at Poplar Forrest as I intended & very much wished, I am the more concerned at this, since I hear it might...
Seeing no prospect of an opportunity by water soon, have asked the favor of Co l Randolph to allow his servant to take up a small Box for you, which has been detained here with the Cement for a considerable time waiting a conveyance. Understanding that you have been much afflicted with the Rheumatism lately, mentioned it to my friend Major Gibbon, who has also suffered greatly with it, & he...
Your two esteemed favors of the 18th: & 20th: current, with their enclosures, owing to some derangement in the Mails, did not reach me until Friday last, no inconvenience however had been experienced in relation to your note at the Farmers Bank, as I had pledged myself to the Board to endorse it, unless you had made some other arrangement with another more agreeable to yourself: I lost no time...
Yours of the 1st: Inst has been duely received & I have been searching this market in order to furnish the articles you wish, of the very best quality, but am sorry to say it does not afford a first rate English Cheese, there have been but three bro’t to this port this Fall, & they as presents to individuals, fortunately my good friend Major Gibbon (Collector of this Port) received one, and...
I was duely favor’d with yours covering a note for the renewal yours for $3,000 at the Farmers Bank, which was accordingly done this day, & I am requested by the Cashier to inform you that a curtail of $500 will be required on it at the renewal after the next , to wit, on the 4th of October.—This is done I understand in consequence of the loan being considered temporary in the beginning, & an...
By Thom Wood you will receive 4 Blls: Herrings & 1 Bll Shad which have been delivered to him in good order if so delivered to you please pay fght: as Customary 5 Blls: MHi : Coolidge Collection.
By M r Johnson you will receive a small Bag of Seeds ford d by the Collector at Petersburg.—if delivered in good order please pay freight as customary— Say to M rs Randolph if you please that her Bll: Ha by M r Johnson for M rs Morris are safely to hand & shall be dispatched by the first Vessel to N. York—in haste— 1 Bag MHi : Coolidge Collection.
This morning’s mail put me in rec t your two esteemed favors of the 12th & 14th of this instant, together with their several enclosures— The Bill of Exchange drawn by D r Everett in favor Tho s J. Randolph Esq r is herewith returned, for want of force, & a correct one accompanying it for his signature—you will observe the amount of sterling money drawn for, should be expressed in the body of...
I send by the stage under care a friend of mine, your bundle Books rec d from M r Gibson—They are directed to be left with M r Ja s Leitch Charlottesville, & hope they will reach you safely. I understand from Governor Randolph that M r Monroe is at present in Albemarle, should I be asking too much, or desiring you to depart from any rule of conduct you may have laid down for yourself, in...
Your esteemed favor 21 current, covering the bills of exchange I forwarded you, was rec d last evening, & I have this morning disposed of the same at par, which is the highest rate for small bills: After deducting 1 p r Ct. Commission, you have credit for $1059.45, out of which, agreeable to your request, I enclose herewith $225—will by this mail enclose $200 to M r John Vaughan of...
I was duely favor’d with yours of the 1st: Inst: & am extremely thankful to you for your kind interfereance in my behalf with the President. I shall as you suggest remain profoundly silent on this subject until it is necessary to act, when I have no doubt of obtaining such letters from the respectable part of the society here, of all professions, & of my brother officers of the late War, as...
I should have done myself this pleasure by the last mail, but finding on my arrival M r Eppes had not reached Town & not having sufficient time to execute your order for the Harpsichord strings determined to defer it until to=day. M r Eppes has still not arrived, & as I had no blank of yours for the Farmers Bank of $2,500 instead of $3,000, was obliged to offer the note without the curtail,...
M r Eppes reached Town on Friday last, & on saturday handed me five hundred $500 Dollars for your a/c, which is at your credit, & will be held subject to your order— Hoping the articles sent by the last mail may have reached you safely, remain— MHi : Coolidge Collection.
I am in rec t this morning your esteemed favor covering J. W. Eppes’s draft on the Virg a Bank for thirty five hundred $3,500 dollars payable to my order, which is drawn & at your credit, & will be paid to your orders as fast as called for—In the last three or four days have paid several small drafts of yours to various persons— I have met with the half of a delightful double Gloucester...
I was favor’d last evening with your two esteemed favors of the 21st: & 23 d Inst: the latter addressed to “Capt: Craven Peyton”; expecting tho’ it was a mistake, ventured to open it:—the former covered one addressed to R. Rush Esq r now in London, which will be sealed & forwarded by the fast sailing Ship Virginia Capt: Fisher in a day or two, for Liverpool direct, & before sealing, will put...
Your esteemed favor 28 th ulto: did not reach me until this morning— Where the additional drafts you speak of having drawn on me appear, they shall be honored, as have all that have yet been presented. The first Boat for Milton shall carry you the Oil written for in Jugs—Casks never failing to leak with Oil for the first five or six months, however tight they may be made: The Bolting Cloth I...