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I am without any of your favors since that of the 4 th April — Answered the 15 th — on the 25 th I had the Honor of inclosing to you M rs Beckleys letter to me , respecting her Brothers unfortunate
Your esteemed fav r 29 th Ult o inclosed Order on Bank of Pensyl a —as well 3 d Bill of Ex— on Acco t of Gen l Kosciusko —respecting the latter— on paying my respects on the Memorable 4 th
I regret exceedingly—at the lapse of time, since I had the pleasure of receiving your last fav r dated the 3 d July —I have also to regret the want of intelligence—respecting the uncertain fate of the two years Annual Remittance for Paris —viz— Bowie & Kurtz 14 h feb
Your much esteemed fav r 27 th Ult o received the 1 st Ins t persuade me the sett of ex for 1810. has reached the good Gen ls Banker. sh d any demur in point of paym t in either sett, the
since the receipt of M r Geo Taylors Advises respecting Bills of exchange on Paris , I have made sundry inquiries at Baltimore & a but have not obtained any satisfactory Acco t —even those few who are disposed to draw—I find ask a high advance say 10 per Cent above par—Under present Circumstance I should presume it ad v iseable to wait a M o or two—in expectation of a more favorable change of...
Your favor of the 15 h Ins t inclosing sundry Acco ts for payment—as well, Mess r Gibson and Jeffersons Order, on Bank of Columbia for $200—recd 23 d have been Appli e d —as follows viz—
since I had the pleasure of receiving your fav r of the 9 th covering one addressed to Mr John A Morton —in Care of M r Williams — Baltimore which, I forwarded per same mail— I am most agreably fav
On recp t of your fav r 30 th Ult. —recd the 5 h covering M r Mortons polite & friendly Offer in his Letter of the 24 h Apr l (herewith returned to you) so strongly recommended—by
since I had the pleasure in Answering your fav r 30 h passed, (not receiving any Answer from M r Morton ) I addressed Mess s B. & G. Williams on the 11 th on the pressing subj t —when on the 16
Davys report of the loss—in part of his provisions for himself—induced me to afford him a supply in Cash—equal his wants untill his Return home— viz two & one half —Dollars only— It gave me great pleasure to learn by him, of yours—and the good families perfect health, to whom to be pleased—tender my respects, and Accept D r Sir my sincere wishes for a happy Continuance of that most essential...