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This serves to advise the arrival of the Hanbury Capt. James Esten, after a favor⟨abl⟩e passage of about 5 Weeks, by him we observe we are favor’d with 8 Hhds Tobacco from our friend J.P. Custis, in the Sale of which our best endeavors shall be exerted for his Interest—The Ship came up to her Moorings yesterday, and we are preparing to Land her Cargo the begining of the next Week—The prices of...
We have the pleasure to advise the receipt of thy favor of 25th July and note the contents—We remark thy observation respecting the Balance of thy Account being £7.10.0, and that had thee thought of our Debit against ⟨thee⟩ at the time thee was disposing of thy Tobacco, thee should have order’d one Hhd on board the Hanbury in discharge of it, this we should have been oblig’d to thee for, but...
We did ourselves the pleasure of writg Thee the 25th October last ⅌ the Hanbury Capn Esten, since which we have not received any of Thy favors, which we are sorry for, being always glad to hear of Thy welfare. The principal occasion of this is to advise that we have sent Captain Necks in a new Ship call’d the Lunn & Lloyd for the accomodation of our friends, whom we earnestly solicit will give...
We had the pleasure of writing Thee the 21st of May last, ⅌ the Lunn & Lloyd Capn Necks, which We hope will come safe to hand, since which, We have received Thy favor of the 21st June, advising of Thy bill on Us in favor of Peyton Randolph for £250, which has not yet appear’d, when it does it shall meet due honor, & agreeable to Thy directions shall be plac’d to the debit of the Estate of...