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By the mail of this day I rec d a check from the Cashier of the Bank of Virginia for six hundred & fifty eight Dollars & 32/100 being a remittance by request of the Proctor of the University of Virginia. & in full of the balance due me for duties & freight of marble. ViU : Thomas Jefferson Papers (Proctor’s Papers).
There is in the Public Store of this Port a small Box directed to you, said to contain garden seeds from the Royal garden near Paris, rec’d per the Ship Cadmus from Havre— Please direct how it shall be forwarded to you— Jonathan Thompson Collector MHi : Coolidge Collection.
I received your letter of the 4 th instant, previous to which D r Blatterman & family & M r Deverett his assistant arrived here, and were permitted to make entry of their books, philosophical apparatus &c, free of duty. Jonathan Thompson Collector MHi .
Thomas Jefferson Esq Pr Jonathan Thompson & ca 1821 Dec r 31 Pr duty on one case of Books rec d per ship Imperial from Havre mark’d #6 M. T.J— francs 344 .90 duty on $71 a 15 prc t $10 .65 permit — .20
I received your letter of the 12 th Ultimo, advising that instructions had been given to remit to me the sum of $658. 22/100 not having rec’d the remittance, I take leave to give you this information, least it should have mis-carried—with the greatest respect remain your Ob t Serv t MHi .
I have, by the Mail of this morning, received from Col. Bernard Peyton, Thirty seven dollars and seventy two cents, being the amount of duties and charges on sundry articles received ⅌ r Brig Argus from Marseilles, & which have forwarded to you via Richmond, as heretofore advised. MHi .
I herewith transmit a letter for you which I received enclosed in one to me from M r Appleton our Consul at Leghorn—The thirty seven cases of marble per the Ship Caroline without Invoice I will cause to be forwarded by the first opportunity after they are landed from the Ship.— of which I will advise you, will thank you to forward me the Invoice that the duties may be accurately charged— MHi .
Your letter of the 8 th instant I have rec’d & have also rec’d this morning a letter from M r Bernard Peyton, dated the 14 th instant at Richmond Virg a enclosing a draft for thirty four dollars & 87/100 which have placed to your credit— MHi .
I rec’d by the Mail this morning your letter of the 4 th & by the same conveyance rec’d a letter from Col. B. Peyton with a draft at five days sight for the sum of $ 649 08/100—be pleased to accept of my services upon any future occasion. MHi .
I have rec’d by the Mail of this morning from M r Bernard Peyton of Richmond fifteen dollars & 91/100 being the am t of duties, freight &c on the case of books rec’d per the Ship Imperial from France, I forwarded to him by your request.— Jonathan Thompson Collector MHi .