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Your favor of Sep. 15. came to hand only yesterday. I hasten therefore to inclose you letters to my two most particular friends Gen l Dearborne & mr Gerry . the latter lives at Cambridge . Gen l Dearborne lives, I believe, three miles from Boston , but comes to his office in town probably every day or two. wishing you a pleasant journey & profitable residence there, I salute you with esteem &...
The bearer hereof, Thomas Mann Randolph is authorized by me to make sale of any portion of my Poplar Forest lands, and I oblige myself to confirm the same and to convey a title accordingly. Given under my hand at Monticello this 15 th day of December 1809 . PoC ( MHi ); endorsed by TJ: “Randolph. TM. Dec. 15. 09.” Not recorded in SJL . Randolph faced a financial crisis caused by his own debts,...
I told Newby that I should refer to yourself entirely the choice of an overseer, but that before the evening I would write to you on the subject. I was just going over to Goodman’s , to make some enquiry about his brother , Tomlins , E t c. he tells me it is a brother whose name I have forgot who drinks. I think it began with an F., but that Nathan is perfectly sober, good humored towards the...
1811. Mess rs Randolph & M c Kinney D r for Rents for Crop of Wheat. Coopering Barrels cash articles Toll mill bush. Corn large Mill Bar. flour
The directors of the Rivanna company intend to recommence their operations on Monday next Their first essay will be at the Milton falls, where they have determined to make a sluice around the Island in preference to improving the sluice one which y r self & M r Jefferson have attempted. This course they deem much more practicable in the execution, & much safer for the passage of boats, on...
Having taken one liberty in nominating you to your present Station without a previous warrant from yourself, I ought the less to take another without that sanction. If the inclosed commission with a blank for its date should be worth your acceptance and not interfere with predetermined views, I shall feel much gratification in having transmitted it for your consideration. Should it have no...
Your motions have hitherto put it out of our power to write to you from the uncertainty of the times and places at which a letter could meet you. your last however from Cayuga removes the difficulty, as we presume a letter now written will find you at Headquarters, and that these will be somewhere in the line between Sacket’s harbor and Montreal . we have heard of the movements of Gen l...
This indenture made on the first day of April one thousand eight hundred and fifteen between Charles Lewis Bankhead and Anne Cary his wife of the county of Albemarle on the one part, and John Bankhead of the county of Caroline , father of the sd Charles L. Thomas Mann Randolph father of the sd Anne C., and Reuben Lindsay both of the same county of Albemarle
This indenture tripartie tripartite made on the first day of April one thousand eight hundred and fifteen between Thomas Jefferson of the county of Albemarle of the first part, Anne Cary Bankhead wife of Charles L. Bankhead and grandaughter of the sd Thomas, of the county of Albemarle also, on the second part, and John Bankhead of the county of Caroline
The bearer mr George Flower is an English gentleman farmer, on a tour of the US. to look for a settlement for his family and friends. he was the travelling companion of mr Birkbeck thro’ France in the tour we possess, and brings me letters from M. de la Fayette and de Lasteyrie who speak in the highest terms of his worth. he is well informed of the affairs of Europe , and particularly of...