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I am induced to address You, On the presumption that both might be benefited. And in a way, that the Law fully Authorises eathar by an exchange of Land Or sale to you, Of this tract. to be valued by the same Gent n that value Yours & On the same terms Or principals. from which I wou d be willing to make to You, a deduction Of three thousand Dollars—from the valuation, If desirable to you this...
In riding to Edge Hill yesterday I met with Capt. Meriweather & If—I am not much mistaken he is about to revive his old favourite plan. of a Mille On the Riva nna & Sir fear that it might not recur to You I feal It a duty to apprise You, the site at North Milton has evar been viewed as preferable to yours On this side, & a Mille thare would diminish the value of Yours very much, I well see Col...
In complyance with Your kind note of the 2 d Int my Cart bring 300. head of Cabbage for Your acceptance, the best I have & in the neighbaurhood, when put away well they loaf in wintar. if not two very cold—if there may not serve You, I think when Out You can have more. every Year Sir several in planting I have You in mind, with great & Sincere Esteem MHi : Coolidge Collection.
I have rec d Your favour of today, respecting cabbages & I am very sorry to inform You that those made hear are more indifferent then I evar new them. Yet such as they are, shall be sent to You with much pleasure. a sample is sent by the boy. & next week more shall be sent if nothing prevents. MHi : Coolidge Collection.
I was against my wish summoned. On the Grand Jury A t the Superior Court. Monday next. the recent meeting of the visitors of the U-versity, may of superceeded the Necessity, of the Jury? haveing. any interference with these Matters, Your being the kind Farther of the institution & it always being my wish, to act confirmable, to your wishes. If agreeable, to You, I shall be grateful., to no...
I have written Gen l Lafayette On the subject of an exchange of Land and have refered him to You, I did wish much to of asked Your advice, but it has appeared to me for some time past that You did not appear to possess that degree of cordiality as formerly & my fealings cou d not bare a Change from You, who I have for such a great length of time imbraced every Opportunity of rendering You...
Miss Nancy Lewis. is hear from Kentucky. & was ready to start on her return back yesterday. When it was discovered the Gig was two much broken for her to venture. I have a nother P of wheels axle true & sufficient for a new wood work. If it might be entirely convenient to You to let Your workmen put On the wood work of a light double gig—I shou d esteem it a very great favour in kind & will...
I have asked Mr. Daurn in my absence to receave the money or Draft agreeable to the Understanding yesterday, I do asshear, You, nothing but my necessity induces me to call, You expressed a wish for M rs Marks to return before You, went to Bedford, she has had every kind attention paid her possible & appears fond of my Daughters. very swetly remarking we lived retired & at times very lonesome,...
On the othar side is a statement of Our accompts leaveng a ballance of Six Hundred & Seven Dollars 86 Cts exclusive of the Corn accompt which I hope you will send correct shou d there be any mistake please make the correction. Your Draft On Thomas E. Randolph at sight will answar as I presume he will Draft On B. Peyton for the amt. who I no will, with pleasure pay eathar. Yours or his Ordar...
I am Just favoured with yours of to day, by Your Servant My Sire informed me yestarday. that You wou d nd down to day. & Calculating On the pleasure of Your Dining, with us, prepared Accordingly & am very sorry You was disappointed, M rs Marks I am very Sorry to say Continues weak but in no Kind of danger. Doctr Watkins has attended her for two weeks & in his absence Doct r Bramham; the...