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Agreable to your fav r 12 h I called at the Residence of M. Poleteca —and delivered the inclosier to his servants, who informed M r P. was then on a Visit—to Mount Vernon , and expected his Return in a day or two—I left my Name and withal—from whom the packet was recd— He Replied M r P.
On the late distressing scene of the distroying Element, at Monticello (without the effective Aid—and Materials, to arrest its impetuos Ravages,) what painfull Anxieties—you—with the good family, must have suffered (can be more readily conceiv’d than expressed) still I Hope! has terminated —with less, serious consequences than expected.— that the Main Dwelling—the Mansion House, with its...
Notwithstand g what has been said, & done, Respecting your several powers—they have not had an Accomodating effect with the Comptroller —for Answer—He knows of None— but the Law —and cannot therefore be Admitted:—still in Order to save you the trouble—a Ride of many Miles to the Majestrate— M r Randolp h —your Witness—his Attest to it before me—will be Accepted Of — My first Attempt on the...
Gen l Thad s Kosciusko in account with John Barnes . 1816     Nov r 26 To amount of balance due J.B. as per a/c rendered
In pursuance of your two late favors the 17 th & 29 th Ult o I have been inabled to procure and herewith inclose Mess. Bowie & Kurtz sett of Ex: 1 st 2 d & 3 d dated 13 Ins
My last respects to you Sir was of the 1 st Sep r since when, I have not been Honore’d with any of your favors.— In the Course of this and the insuing Mo. it will become Necessary to provide for a Remittance to be made, the good Gen l Kosciusko :—Under present circumstances, I have to ask your aid, and shall be governed by your instructions— from a rough statem t of the Gen ls a/c, with me,...
It appears from Mr. Cheethams letter 15: Ulto. that Mr. Richards—to whom on the 20th May 1804. I wrote, requesting of him to pay Mr. Cheetham $19. & Mr. Erwin $8. is $27, which from his letter 26th. same Month—herewith inclosed (with Mr. Cheethams to the President) I presumed to suppose was paid—Credited his a/c and of course JB. debited the Presidents a/c therefor— Mr. Radcliffe—as was then...
I have already dispatched Original & duplicates each, of the inclosed letters & a/c in Philada. and transmitted duplicate thereof for your [government?]. —Some few days since both the plaisterers called on me, respecting their intended Journey. the small Man (for I do not recollect his Name) was very urgent to set out immediately ⅌ land. the other proposed—going ⅌ water to Richmond—in the...
The following packages on Board the Sloop Rebecca for Richmond Jn o Hall Master. One Barrel Muscovado Sugar N t 2 1 4 2—
I was last evening Honored by your two favs. 12th & 15th. the former, respected the inclosed Bill of Ep. $31.33— when I waited on W Davidson this Morning—and explained to him– the Omission &c.— for Answer—“it was placed to the Presidents debit,”—I preferred taken it up. with the remittance sent for that particular purpose.—that the Presidents a/c with the Bank must remain – as before.— — By...
Your Esteemed fav r 7 h recd 21 st Relieved me from the Vague Rumour, which indeed, I paid little regard to— the Stock—intended for these treasury notes, are the funded 7 ⅌Cents. which I shall attend to—with reference to a Bill on London the Most extravagant exchanges in paper, both to the Northw d and S o w d has so deranged, the exchanges on Europe , that the Shipping Mercht s
Your favrs: 26th & 31st. passed—I recd 8th. Inst, and now inclose you, Mr Brands patent, for, 1000. Acres, (my Usual charge on these are 1 dollar)—Mr Trump—has your draft for doors—and promise, of compleating them—in 20 or 30 days. he is busily employed at Frankford. from whence he Returns to Town every saturday Evening— you have I presume recd letter of advice, and shipment of Rod Iron from...
Nothing of moment transpires at Washington, since 21st: when I had the pleasure of Answering your favr. 17th.—Mr LeMaire, tho weak, is recruiting fast,—by the time of your expected & welcome return will, I hope be perfectly reinstated in his health. respecting late rumours—the rising of the Negroes here: I judge it proper to inform, (lest you may have heard some imperfect Accts.)— It has...
Your Esteemed favr 5th. addressed to me at Washington (instead of this Place) did not reach me Untill the 15th.—by Your expected Arrival the 17th. I did not think of Answering it, but immediately sent on your several packages—and uncased them at Mr Conrades.—your Accomodations are eligant, and the Other Rooms filled with your particular friends—Messrs: Langdon Baldwin Brown &ca—are every...
In making my Arangem ts for the 1 st paymt to the loan 25 th May for $2500. I was Necessi t ated, to procure a disc t for $1480—and now find—my self deficient nearly—$1000—(exclusive of your expected $360—) to be provided for, against 25 h Instant, when the 4 th and last paym t is to be made for $2500—soon as you can make it convenient—to remit me—will be very Acceptable—the times are...
In pursuance of your late fav r of the 28 Ult o Recd the 28 h Ult o 1 st Ins t I have at length effected a Transfer—of your two Certificates of 6 pCt of U States Amo t $12,499.99—in the like sums
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
I hasten to inclose the President — agreable to direction— One thousand and twenty five dollars, $225. Only, are of Richmond ... and ditto Branch, “800’s on the Bank UStates—   I was under the Necessity of Accepting—   Negociable—I presume, with the Merchants at Milton & Charlottesville, for Remitting to Baltimore, Philadelphia, or New York. —Mr S. H Smith—I paid Yesterday— Mr Peal, and Mr...
In conformity to your fav r of the 7 th I inclose Mess rs Gales & Seatons , receipt $6 67/ , it gives me sincere pleasure to find, you take your Usual ride, may a continuance of it, restore you to perfect health,—is the repeated wishes of your Numerous inquiring friends. Be Asured—no One more so—than Dear Sir, RC ( MHi ); endorsed by TJ as received 17 Dec. 1818 and so recorded in SJL
On receipt of your fav r 5 th with inclosiers to the Sect y of the Treasury and Att y Gen l —I yesterday presented to the former at his Office— not knowing where to meet with M r Wert I inquired of
Your fav r 20 th recd last Evening—I am really concerned to learn the sacrifice made to advance the $380—thro M r Gibson —who without remitting me—either in Bank Notes—or, depositing that Amo t in the Bank of Richmond and placed place g it to my Credit
I am happy in being favored with yours of 18th—on Receipt of which, I opened the Box, and shall repack, the enormous tooth, Address, and deliver it, as directed. Annexed, you have Invoice of sash doors, as well your account up to this day, which on examining—I trust and hope will be found pretty Correct; though different—from yours’s in some items—and mode of Statement: if any errors—pray Note...
It is long since, I had the Honor of receiving any of your fav rs (the last of 25 th May .)—situated as the good Gen l then was and unhappy state of public Affairs in Paris , my Anxiety increased on Acco t of my Remittance to him 26 th April via Mess rs
By the time this reaches you, 24th–25th I flatter myself, your Chariot, is nearly at Havre de Grace, on its way to Washington—As, on receipt of your favr. 12th recd the 15th. I instantly set ab: the means of procuring, an Able & steady pair of horses.—which we effected late on the 16th. shod & prepared on Thursday and on Friday morning early. Mr Dougherty set off from your stables with...
Your fav r 28 h Ult o now before me—Acknowledge my several letters, up to 22 d — my last was of 27 h June Announc g my dispatch, to Baring Brothers & C o Covering £400. Sterling—together with my letter to the good
Since my last respects of the 25 th Ult o I am Honor’d by your two fav rs of the 7 th and 12 th Ins t . Anxiously— wishing to furnish the good Gen l K.
I have sent to the B. at W. for the Cashiers draft in favr. of D. Gelston Esqr: on B. B. NYork for $55.62 and shall write him of the Wines safe arrival—the depy: Collector of Alexa also advises of their being forwarded to Washingn. have wrote him for his a/c of expences, by Mr Dougherty you will $25 in 5 dolr notes, I am most Respectfully Sir Your Obed H St RC ( MHi ); at foot of text: “The...
The proposition and statem ts required is founded on the presumed sale of $8000. Penn a Bank Stock, producing 10 pC t paid half yearly—(of increasing Value) and Curr t price say, 40 pC t above par—and if so disposed of — And the Net proceeds invested in the New Loan Certificates—supposed to be Created—at 88 for every 100 dolls, bearing 6 per Cent paid quarterly—If this is Correctly the...
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 favor 2d: received Yesterday, advise, your having drawn on me for $330: at 10 days on Mr. Shorts account will be duly honored. The excess of Messrs. Trumps and Stocks account you will find particulars of, in my Invoice 18th July with charges deducted $96.83. I most sincerely wish, I could say—the fever abates; if we are only so happy as to Arrest its progress, and wait patiently the...