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By Thom Wood you will receive 4 Blls: Herrings & 1 Bll Shad which have been delivered to him in good order if so delivered to you please pay fght: as Customary 5 Blls: MHi : Coolidge Collection.
By Sye Gilliat I rece d you one Sieve Rice & 1 Box Containing a Telescope from R. Patterson of Philadelphia in good order, if so rec d please pay freight as customary—In haste— MHi : Coolidge Collection.
By M r Brice Harlows Boat you will receive 1 Hhd: Stone ware which has been delivered to him in good order, if so delivered to you please pay freight as customary. Bernard Peyton By Cesario Bias 1 Hhd: MHi : Coolidge Collection.
Agreeable to the request contained in yours of the — Inst:, have purchased for you C ’s Concordance, at $9, and will forward it by the first Waggon, for Charlottesville, to the care of M r Raphael— I send by this mail the last of the three Books formally ordered, for your Grand sons, all of which hope will reach you safely— MHi .
I rec d some, days ago, five Hhds your Bedford Tobacco, & finding the River so very low as to render it doubtful when the balance could reach here, tho’t it best to dispose of those, without waiting for the balance, as this is the shipping season, & not much time to be lost.—I have done so & enclose a/c sales here with, which I hope will be satisfactory Wheat 1/3 declining 〃 Flour $6¼ do MHi .
I yesterday rec d from the Custom House at Boston, thro’ Gen l H. A. S. Dearborn, twenty five Boxes Wine & Oil for you, & also a Medal:—The Wine & Oil I have this day forwarded by a careful Waggonn to Charlottesville, can M r Ja s Leitch:—The Medal I have retained, to rend by some private hand, lest it should be last.—all which I wish safe to hand— MHi .
Yours of the 2 d has been rec d covering blank notes for the renewal of yours at the Banks which shall be attended to. The dft: you advise of having drawn shall be paid when presented. I was in hopes you had quite recovered your health before this, hearing you had been at the University since your first attack. I hope Judge Dade has accepted the Professorship of Law in the University, if it...
I have just learn’t, by a letter from M r Gilmer, to a friend here, that two of the Professors have arrived at New York, the Books &C: &C:, for the university, at Baltimore, & the other three Professors hourly expected in Hampton Roads—I give you this information, (which probably you will receive as soon thro’ some other channel) in order that you may attend to their entry, at the Custom...
Agreeable to your standing request, I have herewith, your quarterly a/c to 1 st Instant, which will, I believe, be found correct— I thank you for your introduction of M r Dodge, who I am quite pleased with, & will endeavour to make some arrangement for a regular supply of his Wines, should the first importation meet with such a reception as to justify it, which I am persuaded it will, as well...
M r Eppes reached Town on Friday last, & on saturday handed me five hundred $500 Dollars for your a/c, which is at your credit, & will be held subject to your order— Hoping the articles sent by the last mail may have reached you safely, remain— MHi : Coolidge Collection.