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Your favour by Mr Whilper as well as that by yesterdays post, I have receivd, and I have acted exactly agreable to your directions, respecting the Sashes, as I forbid the maker to proceed any farther with them, immediately on seeing the first he made, which I sent to Mr Gilpin, The Arms are all ready to be sent Agreeable to any directions that Comes. I think you have not Mentiond the receiving...
I have Just been informd by Mr Wiltbert of his going your way. I have Just to mention that the Sashes are all like to be done soon, Silk enough for the whole is procured, the Gorgets will be done about the same time the shoulder Knots are all finished. I hope I shall have them all to send by Peter Jones, he leaves this place on the 19th Inst. I have sent you Two pamplets, one is said to be the...
Your favour of the 22d Janry I have before me. As to Sashes, the Maker tells me, he thinks, he cannot get Silk Enough, for more than three, those he will have done in three weeks, they will come at Nine pounds each perhaps by the time, they are done we may find more Silk. The Gorgets, Shoulder Knots &c. I have bespoke & will send all, as soon as possible. I inquired of Mr Palmer how soon he...
Your favour 29th Ulto Came to hand last night, I engaged 40 Musquets this Morning. Mr Palmer says he will certainly have them all ready by the first of Aprill. The Cartouch boxes, I have agreed for, at a Dollar each—I intend having one Musquet & one Cartouch box finishd & put on board of Capt. Cobourn, who is now ready to sail, but the navigation being intirely stop’d, with the Ice, Must wait...
I receivd your favour yesterday with your Order on Mr James Tilghman for £20.12.6 which I will deliver the first Oppertunity, & shall carefully comply with every request in your letter I have sent you herewith 7 pamphlets the Cost of the whole are six shills. which I have Charged to your Acct, the Drums &c. Comes in Capt. James Cobourn who sails from here, the latter end of this week, as he...
Your favour of the 17th Inst. came to hand on fryday last, I have made the strictest search, after a Sash and have sent the only one, that is to be had in this City, I am sorry to inform you, ’tis not intirely New tho’ not much changed. I have bought it Conditionly if not approved of, to be returnd by the first post & taken again, I had no Alternitive, as no Other Could be had. The Epaulette...
by this days post I have enclosed a bill lading to Mr Addams for the goods on board of Capt. George Rowe he sailed from this place on fryday last, & perhap will Arrive nearly as soon as this, you will find every Article in the Barrel No. 5, except the Graplings, I blieve I have Omitted nothing, my Wife has not met with any more Cruels yet, but will as soons as possible fulfill the Compliment...
Agreable to your request, I sent you 2 Yds Boulting cloth, which I hope you have receiv’d ere now, ’tis I think much finer than the sample I receiv’d from Mr Addams I am autherized by Mr Williams to inform you, that if it should not suite, he will take it again. The several articles Capt. Cox left with me for Mrs Washington, I have ship’d on board of the sloop Norfolkpacket Capt. Francis...