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I have recieved no letter from you since that which you wrote on your departure from Madrid . That gave me reason to believe you would come over early in the spring, and having been ever since in the daily expectation of your arrival I had suspended writing to you. Having come on here for a few days to qualify into office, and being now on my return again, I avail myself of the opportunity by...
Yours of Mar. 31. was delivered to me yesterday. I learn by that that my letters must have been unfortunate in their passage to you. I have no papers here which enable me to cite dates; but I know that I have written to you once or twice every year. There had been a longer interval indeed from the time of your leaving Madrid, because the last letter you wrote me thence (which is the last I...
My last letters to you have been of Mar. 12, & June 30. 97. since which I have recieved yours of Dec. 27. 97. & Jan. 23. 98. I write to you from this place, because I can myself chuse the channel of conveyance. but it is subject to the material inconvenience of writing where I have not a single paper to turn to, & therefore I can only write from memory, & mine is not an exact one. I have at...
I never learned till last night that our Executive are sending off a vessel from New York for France, & that this morning’s post is the last which can reach her before her departure. I have therefore barely time to inform you that I am writing you a long letter containing a comprehensive view of all your affairs here under my care. in the mean time I may shortly mention the single particular...
I wrote to you on the 26th. of Mar. by a conveyance which occurred suddenly, merely to inform you that I should soon forward you a full state of your affairs. I then also explained the circumstances which prevented my writing to you the last year. I have to acknolege the receipt of your’s from Jagouville Aug. 6. 98. & from Paris Aug. 24. & Oct. 9. 98. on the general subjects of business, and...
William Short in account with Th: Jefferson 1793. Cr. Dollars Nov. 22. By cash of Patrick Kennon 109.83 [1794.] Jan. 1. By int. on stock recd. from US. (by self.) 390.62 Apr. 1. By do. (J. Ross.) 390.62 July 1. By do. Lownes 390.62 Oct. 1.
John Barnes in account with William Short 1799. Dr. Dollars Jan. 1. To int. & princip. of stock now recd. of US.   620.16 9. To Th:J.’s draught on G. Jefferson  1200. Feb. 22. To do.   900. 25. To do.   150. Apr. 2. To a quarter’s int. of stock from US.   313. July. 2.