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Your letter of the 28 th ultimo I received in due course— The Schooner Brilliant , Cap t Black , belonging to Richmond , being in this Port, I have availed my self of so good an opportunity, and have this day shipped your wines, the casks & boxes appear in excellent order, I wish them safe to hand, and with, My best wishes for your happiness, am, RC (
The enclosed Volume, with Six others have just now come to my hands, I Suspect by their appearance, they have been mislaid somewhere, but where I do not know, I Shall forward one by each mail—the direction found with them is enclosed—Vol: 1. was not among the number— RC ( MHi ); at foot of text: “ M r Jefferson ”; endorsed by TJ as received 6 Feb. 1818 and so recorded in SJL . Enclosures not...
I did not discover the enclosed until my letter of yesterday had gone, RC ( MHi ); at foot of text: “ M r Jefferson ”; endorsed by TJ as received 27 Jan. 1818 and so recorded in SJL . Enclosure: certificates for wine, New York , [21 Jan. 1818], attesting that four boxes of claret, each containing ten gallons divided into fifty bottles, and three casks of claret, each holding sixty gallons, had...
I have this day received under cover from M r Cathalan the enclosed letter, and also bills of lading for some wines for you, Presuming the letter enclosed contains a particular account, I omit describing them, and Shall agreeably to what I believe to be your wishes, do the needfull here and ship the whole by first proper opportunity to Richmond as heretofore, unless in the mean time, different...
Believing now we have nothing to apprehend from the equinoctial gales, and a good opportunity offering, I have this day Shipped by the Sch o William , E Williams Master, your case of books, to the care of Mess rs Gibson & Jefferson at Richmond  since my letter to you of the 26 ult: enclosing my Account of  $89.11 I have paid the freight of the books from Havre
Your letters of the 18 & 19 th instant I have received, and immediately caused an entry to be made of the books by the invoice, am o of duties paid $58 40     the invoice—& ca I now enclose—I also enclose an account of the expenses I have paid , I have not been called upon for all the freights, perhaps I shall not be, it will be time enough to charge them when paid— I now shall wait only a few...
M r Jefferson To David Gelston —   D r for cash paid  duties on wine by Fanny from Leghorn 8.70 d o d o
I have received bill of lading & ca enclosed, but have no invoice , if you can furnish the inv o it will save much trouble—when completed I shall forward the case to Richmond — RC ( MHi ); mistakenly endorsed by TJ as received 17 Aug. 1816. RC ( MHi ); address cover only; with
I have this day shipped by the Sloop Alpha , Coffin , Master to Mess rs Gibson & Jefferson the five cases wine & basket of Macaroni—   not yet being able to collect all the expenses, I have not drawn on them only for freight from this to Richmond —when the amount of charges is received it Shall be forwarded to you— RC ( MHi
I have this day received in Store one case, said to contain thirty bottles red wine shipped by M r Cathalen from Marseilles —this with the preceding I shall Ship by the first good opportunity for Richmond agreeably to the request in your letter of the 3 d instant— RC ( MHi ); endorsed by TJ as received 26 Aug. 1816 and so recorded in SJL , which has the additional notation: “30. b. red wine...