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    • Maury, Fontaine
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    • Madison, James
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I wrote you some time since, informing you that as exchange was higher with you, than here, that I should decline taking the Bill I applyed to you for, and that twould be most to your advantage to sell it in New York. Since this Letter, I have shiped the remaining three hhds of your Tobacco to my Brother, and you may draw as usual on them. I have today drawn on you in favor of French L. Gray...
It having been suggested to the Inhabitants of this place and Falmouth, that the people of the Lower Counties have presented a petition to Congress, praying the removal of the naval office to Urbanna, I have been solicited to request you will so far Interest yourself as to have the Business delayed, untill we can have an opportunity of forwarding from the Inhabitants of this Town a Petition,...
Your favor of the 4th Instant came duly to hand and I am much obliged for the information it contained. I have Shiped to the address of my Brother Six hhds Tobacco being the amount of your Crop, should you have occasion you can draw as usual. Inclosed is a Copy your account Balance due £21.10.3 which I have this day taken the Liberty to draw on you for, at 20 days sight, in favor Messrs Ludlow...
On the other side you have a State of your a/c which if found right please pay the amount to my order in favor of Messrs. Philips Cramond & Co of Philadelphia at 30 days sight. Two hhds of your Tobacco are Shiped on board the Ship Venus, Edward Flin Master, & Consigned to Mr James Maury of Liverpool. I will thank you to inform me if any thing hath been done in the business you were so good as...
Having good reason to suppose that the Office of Collector at Tappahanock will soon be vacant, I have taken the Liberty to request you will do any thing which may be convenient to promote the Election of Mr Laurence Muse, who has long served with much reputation as a deputy in the above office, and is in all respects perfectly Qualified to do the Public every justice. Excuse the Liberty I am...