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In my bargain with M r Randolph I am intitled to one barril of flour. in his absence I suppose I had as well ask you for it. I would also like to buy of you one other barril. they are now grinding some tollerable good wheat and when that is gone. I dont imagin they will have any more this season and if you want any for your own use I think now is the time to get it. unless you Chuse to get it....
C r 1819 Received from John Wells $200 a horse 120 An Order on the mill for ofall 4 324 D r Sep r 22. 1819. Amount of acc t due E B. that day $1365.69 May 1
as time with me is short to do what is before me will You give me the order. to the store for the Iron say 500 Pounds. which I expect will do. if it. should not I can get more. Also the order. in the store for thirty dollars to William Bacon for the wood. the waggon will be here this morning and I Would like to give him the order on delivery of the waggon. Also will You lend me the bedford...
I find it is necessary that I should arrainge all my little might of money to the best advantage that none should lie without drawing Interst altho it would be compound interst yet I Consider it Just. I dont wish to draw a single dollar out of your hands if it soots you to give me interst upon the whole amount say $1247.27. it is what I would Prefer. otherwise it would be more to my advantage...
The time has at length arrive when the situation of my family requires that I should indeavour to get a home my three sons haveing now arrive to an age and size necessary to commence the maner of labour by which they must get their living I must really declare that nothing but necessaty induceis me to Proceede in the undertaking which I now think of ingageing with my intention is to indeavour...
upon a close look at my ploughs I find the wood work of one requires to be made intirely new and I shall want it next week I want to set my ploughs agoing at any rate before I leave home I want to so a field of rye in August. I informed M r Randolph that I had a demand on him for money considering it best to give him time if his money was not ready his answer stron g ly insinueates that it...
upon the subjec of mooving I have really considerd untill my mind is much distresed. I am desireous to come to some understanding about it. my arraingments is such that it is very important that I should go if I can but if I cannot get of f in time this fall to escape the winters weather that I should waite untill spring or fall come yeare it is tharefore important that I should not be here...
I have to trouble you againe respecting my preparation of going to the western country. I am desireous to go to view it before I carry my family if I can do so without too much inconvenience to us both as much depends on my mooving this comeing fall on a letter which I expect to recieve in a few weeks from one of my brothers. when my brothers was here in Jan:y I made arraingments with them to...
I had an offer yesterday of 50 bar ls corn at 3$ about 9 miles distant and 90 days from the middle of may for payment. we may buy at 20/ nigher but not so neare as to get home more than one load a day. I think tharefore that we had as well take that 9 miles of f as we can get one load a day. that with what we shall get from Higginbotham will Carry us on towards harvest. it seems that the mill...
After the President wrote to M r Watson to Know if he could not sell some article from the farm to pay me it was supposed corn could be spaired he inquired if I would take corn on consulting you I agreed to take it. Watson then said that he would go up to M r Monroes farm and see the overseer. I understand that they are debating whither the corn can be spared or not I had imajined this was...