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I have received your letter of the 14th instant, and have shipped the plough to the care of Messrs. Gibson & Jefferson at Richmond—I have paid $4.68 which I beg you will not trouble yourself to remit, as I will draw when a proper opportunity offers— very sincerely yours MHi : Coolidge Collection.
Your letter of the 8th instant I have had the honor to receive, and this day I received a letter from Mr. Barnes, a copy of which is enclosed, the Mercury is not yet entered, the Fabius has arrived, but the Wine and fruit by her not yet landed—The Wine by the Cato is in store, which I shall ship by the first Vessel to Richmond—the wines by the Fabius and Mercury by the first Vessel to...
I have sent to the care of the Collector at Alexandria, by Capt. Wm. Sutherland in the Schr. two friends, two books, addressed to you, which I received from Lieut Leonard on his return from France— This is the first opportunity I have had to send them by water—I was apprehensive they would be injured, if sent by land— I have the honor to be, very respectfully—Sir, your obedient servant MHi :...
Enclosed is Capt. Grennelds bill of lading for two cases of wine, I also enclose an account of the expenses I have paid on the several parcels I have received,—and have the honor to be, with much sincerity and respect, Sir, your obedient servant MHi : Coolidge Collection.
I have this day received from Mr Jarvis a letter dated 11th Oct: last, a copy of which is enclosed, I shall take care of the wine, until your instructions are received, when they will be particularly attended to— The sample bottles will be forwarded by first water conveyance, being doubtful of the propriety of sending them by mail— With very great respect, I have the honor to be, Sir, your...
I have been favored with your letter of the 9th instant, and now enclose bill of lading for the wine, as also a bill of the expenses paid on it— Upon examination very little difference could be discerned in the colour, but by your description, I am pretty well satisfied the one you wished is forwarded. I hope it will not prove I have been mistaken— I have requested the collector at Alexandria...
I have this day received your letters of the 4th and 5th instant, and have handed the enclosures to Capt. Shaw— I have the honor to be, with great respect, Sir, your obedient servant MHi : Coolidge Collection.
I have this day received from Mr. Cathalan at Marseille’s, a letter and bill of lading for a box said to contain 48 pots mustard and 36 bottles vinegar, by the Ship Franklin just arrived, which I shall forward to Washington, or its vicinity by the first proper opportunity. The expenses attending, when ascertained, will be transmitted to you— With great regard, I am, very sincerely yours MHi :...
In my letter of the 29th ultimo I advised you of the receipt of a case of mustard and vinegar, which I have shipped on board the Brig Celia. Capt. Mackinzie to the care of the Collector at Alexandria, and have requested him to forward it immediately to you— I also enclose a memorandum of the expenses I have paid, amount $6.95 I have not been called upon for freight— with great regard, I am,...
I now inclose Capt. Roberts bill of lading for the two cases wine received from Marseilles— I have requested the Collector at Alexandria to forward them on their arrival—The amt. of duties and other expenses are also inclosed— With very great respect, I have the honor to be, Sir, your obedient servant MHi : Coolidge Collection.