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I have your favor of 7 th & feel no Small satisfaction once more to hear from you after Your severe indisposition—I hope nothing of it remains— M r Appleton wrote to me that he missed the Bill—My Clerk who saw it made up says it was certainly put in—a Second Copy went via New York —& I have now sent the two remaining ones. Via Marseilles & Havre —I trust he is long since in possession of the...
In hopes that my friend that Rev d M r Bigelow of Boston may be gratified in his wish of being able to extend his tour South to pay his respects to you, I have desired him to take Charge of this Letter, to procure him this advantage He a friend of M r Tickenor’s & saw him in Europe—He was also well acquainted with Earl Buchan & has in his hands sum many of your Letters— MHi : Coolidge Collection.
When I gave my signature to Ware the Carpenter—I acted from experience & from enquiry—I knew he had been unfortunate; but I had heard nothing against his Character—Whilst absent & after his return reports were current of an unfavorable nature & I felt it my Duty to investigate them—It resulted in my requiring him to obtain a Certificate from his Assignees, which he should exhibit to you—I saw...
I have directions from M r Patrick Gibson to draw for D. 800—This not being practicable I have pointed out a mode of remittance.—He states it to be for your acco ts I have as yet rec d no directions & give this notice, lest they should have miscarried MHi : Coolidge Collection.
I have gratified more than one of my Boston friends by introducing them to your interesting retreat; I am desirous of affording the same pleasure to my friend The Rev. M r Greenwood of Boston, one of the liberal & enlighten’d ministers of that place; having been brought up at Cambridge Mass. he can answer any enquiries you have yet to make on the subject of Havard Colledge— D Cooper, M...
I have purchased of mr s Girard three Bills of Exchange on James Lufith & Co 16 June at 60 days N o 400 order Thomas appleton 2362 .50 450 $ 401 Stephen Cathalan 1312 .50 250 402 Debure freres 525
Thomas Jefferson Esq r in a/c Current with John Vaughan 1819 Sept 25 By Balance of a/c due you this date 13 47 1820 Feby 19 received from you 400 26 To paid S Girard his Bill and Lafitte & Co Paris order T. Appleton, recv d T. Appleton py t
I am your Debtor on the score of Correspondence & hope you will accept my apology— The Vanilla I could not procure Your letter for M Dodge was forwarded & I have his reply—Your wines he sent to adress of our Collector who enterd & will forward same I offerd to pay expences which he declin’d receiving without an order to that purpose from you—They have only received a few Days on acc t of the...
I have rec d your favor of 12 th correcting an error in your statement previously made relative to the money at Mr Coopers disposal I have sent a copy to him for his Governmt. Whenever you send your orders for Paris & Lghorn they shall be attended to—I fear the event at the former place is a sign of troublesome times returning— MHi : Coolidge Collection.
The Seal of the University was in the hands of M Correa who had hoped himself to have had the pleasure of delivering it into Your own hands— I send it by this days mail—& hope it will arrive Safe—I should be pleased to have your description of the design—the Seal has been viewed with much Satisfaction—Simple & Classical— I send to Mr Cooper the notice relative to him, contained in Your letter....