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By the ship Cato, capt. Snow, from Lisbon, I have received a letter from Mr Jarvis, which is herewith transmitted,—I shall pay particular attention to the wine, and when the severity of the weather abates, ship it direct to the City of Washington, if opportunity offers early, if not, to the care of the Collector of Norfolk or Richmond—subject in the mean time to any orders you shall be pleased...
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...
Enclosed is Capt. Lee’s bill of lading for 5 boxes, 2 cases and one small sample box of wine and 3 boxes of sweetmeats. I also shipped yesterday on board the Schooner New York, Nathaniel Thomson Master one pipe of Lisbon wine to the care of Messrs. Gibson & Jefferson at Richmond. The present are the first opportunities I have had since the arrival of the wines that appeared to me proper to...
By the Ship Independence, from Leghorn, I have received a letter from Mr. Appleton, enclosing bill of lading for two boxes tuscan wine, said to contain one hundred bottles— When opportunity offers I shall ship them to Alexandria or Georgetown, unless, you direct otherwise— I have the honor to be, with great respect, Sir, your obedient servant MHi : Coolidge Collection.
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.
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. Appleton at Leghorn a bill of lading for ten cases of Tuscany wine—the needful will be done and the wine forwarded to Washington, unless in the interim orders are received from you to the contrary— I also received yesterday via Halifax a quantity of wine, fruit & oil, which appears to belong to you, to Mr. Madison and Mr Butler, I shall pay the duties on the...
I have been favored with your letter of the 21st. ultimo, and now have the pleasure to inform you, that I have found an opportunity to ship the wine received from Leghorn, and the articles received from Halifax— The Brig President, Capt. Bell, belonging to Alexandria, will sail for that Port in a few days, by whom I shall ship all the articles, the accounts also will be forwarded— It has been...
Enclosed is Capt. Bells bill of lading for sundry articles to the care of the Collector at Alexandria—I have also enclosed my account of the duties freight &ca on the 10 cases from Leghorn, I have also enclosed a statement of the articles received from Halifax to Mr Madison, to which you will please to be refered.— It was unfortunate after waiting so long that I engaged Capt. Bell, as the next...
In my letter of the 15th May last I enclosed your account, amount $111.82 (which was remitted 6th June following) you no doubt observed $8.12 charged for freight paid by Ship Fabius, and none charged ⅌ the Mercury, this was an error of mine,—the $8.12 was for freight paid by the Mercury, the account of freight by the Fabius, not being presented until this day, which I have paid, $14.42. Very...