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we have to acknowledge thy favour 11 th current— ; in our reply to thine, of 3 rd Ins t ; (which we hope thou hast receivd;) we stated, what we supposd must be the cause of thy Carder not performing to satisfaction; and the way, we hoped, to remedy it.—we regret, exceeding, that thou has found so much dificulty; with thy machine;—we had tried it before we sent it on; and fully believed it...
we at length are enabled to send thee on a hand Carding Engine for Cotton, it was much our wish to have foreward it sooner. But on recp t of thy last we had not any Cards on hand suitable, altho. in daily expectation of Receiving a quanity from Leicester Mass , But the risque of sending Coastwise induced us to order them by another Rout, which we have found a tedious business— the boxes where...
Thy favour of 10 th Ins t came duly to hand. I hasten to inform that haveing succeeded beyond my most sanguine hope in constructing of hand Carding Engines, will be much gratified in supplying thee one, with all resonable expedition, and if correct in opinion of the kind wanted, believe it can be ready in about four Weeks, from this I apprehend, from thy Mentioning, that, thy spinning machine,...
On examining our Business at the close of the year, we observe a small P.S. at the bottom of thy fav r to us of 23 rd 9 th M o Last , which, some how most unacountably, we have not replied to, it is an “enquiry concerning domestic Engines for Carding Sheeps wool,”—we have bestowed much thought on the Subject, but as yet have not been able to bring them to the desired size and price for...
Thy fav r of 26 Ult o came to hand a few days since, are sorry thou give thyself a minutes concern about the trifle that was due us, We Received it some days ago from, Gibson & Jefferson as thou expected,— We have considerd the statement thou has given us of the failour of thy Carder to produce Good Rolls—and are of opinon that when it appeard to be fixt as we directed, and “renderd nothing at...