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Your note in bank for $2000. falling due the 4 th of next month I send you the inclosed for your signature—With great respect I am RC ( MHi ); between dateline and salutation: “Thomas Jefferson Esq re ”; endorsed by TJ as received 31 Mar. 1817 and so recorded in SJL ; with TJ’s notes (one word illegible) for his 1 Apr. 1817 reply on verso: “note wine molasses boo k s. sell flour.” Enclosure...
I yesterday received your favor of the 26 th Ult o inclosing a note for $2000. with a view to having it discounted and that amount remitted to Mess rs LeRoy & Bayard of New York as soon after the 7 th Ins t as practicable—I shall offer it this day week, and as I entertain very little doubt of its being discounted, you may inform these Gentlemen that the remittance shall leave this the 9 th...
I have received seven Hhd s of your Tob o which I have sold to J Mutter & C o on 60 d /. credit at $8 ¼ no part of it was fine, and 1 Hhd. so indiff t as to cause some hesitation in passing it— Our flour market is excessively dull, indeed it is impossible to say what price could now be obtained, as none seem willing to purchase, I do not know that 12$ could be obtained—I have not been able to...
I have received your favors of the 24 & 25 th Ins t with a note for renewal in the Virg a bank — I am sorry to say it has not been in my power to sell a barrel of your flour nor can I meet with any one to make me an offer for it—a few hundred barrels were sold yesterday at $11—but I know of no one willing to give even that price I have remitted to M r Vaughan
I have received your favor of the 23 d inclosing two notes for renewal, which I am sorry to say will not answer, not being written upon stamp’d paper and this is the only manner in which the US: bank will receive it, the other banks have of late also adopted a similar resolution, to have them stamp’d at the Office would cost $10 each—I therefore send you inclosed two stamps for your...
your favor of the 5 h Ins t is rec d & its contents noticed— the 31$ paid mr Fisher on account of mr Dufief has never been refunded by him, he having stopped payment— if you will examine the account Sales of the 175 Bbls flour you will find the nett proceed should be but $ 1571.75     in the view you have taken of your account you have overlooked your dft of the 15. Ap 1 favor V W Southall for...
I wrote to you on the 9 th Ins t with a /Sales and Acco t Curr t to the 1 st Ins t and have now to advise you the receipt of 43 bls: of your flour, of which 6 are fine— and to inclose you a note for your signature to renew the one due at the US. bank on the 12
On the 29 th Ins t Ult o I sold your 43 bls. flour to E. Williams and on the 5 th inst a the rem g 7 bls to Jos h
I wrote to you on the 10 th ult o and have since then sold 96 bls: of your flour to Rob t K: Jones at $8 ¾ Cash, which is all I have received subsequent to my last letter — I hand you inclosed two notes for renewal which be pleased to return at your convenience— With much respect I am RC ( ViU: TJP-ER ); between dateline and salutation: “
I send you by m r Gilmore 5 Boxes & four Bales or Baskets which have just been rec d from Norfolk which I wish safe to hand— the Bale of Cotton you wrote for some time ago, was not then nor is not now to be obtained here—Except some of very inferior quality which I suppose will not answer you— P Gibson ⅌ J Ligon RC ( ViU: TJP-ER ); entirely in Ligon ’s hand; dateline at foot of text; addressed: “