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Your esteemed favr. 28th. Ulto., recd the 1st Instant—with the several paymts. to be made at Norfolk, Alexandria and Philada. together—with the few remaining debits here, including the Necessary disbursemts. of Househd: &c. see—sketch . inclosed […] shall be pointedly Attended to. —of course, on a present View of my Finances, I find, it will be Absolutely Necessary for me—to defer my setting...
I should have waiting upon you early—this Morning (had the weather permited.)—to have presented personally—the enclosed Letter, Invoice—and sketch of your a/c—their Appearance at first View may alarm you—as the Amot: far exceeds—your minute of them 5th. Inst:—but when the additional stock, of sundry Necessary Articles—Imported Here and Richmond Invoice &c.—the difference is soon reconciled—I...
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 have the pleasure: handing you, my friend M r Taylors letter of the 3 d by which, to regulate your proposed transfer—the present Curr t price at 141. ⅌Ct is equal to $564. per Share, on 20 shares produces $11,280—by my Calculation.— it is however to be observed, in Case of a present Sale, the purchaser would be intitled to The 1 t July dividend, say $400—on the Other hand—immediately After,...
I read with great Concern the very unfortunate Accident that befell you—The part swelled, (I presume in your Side) if not abated—and become stationary—must if possible be dispersed—removed—In somewhat a like Case with me—from a slight fall which caused me Considerable pain whenever I laid down—on either side— exclusive of the simple Applications Used in these Cases I Applied a Broad-stout...
Should the Presidents demands, not be required before the insuing Mo., the Necessary arrangemts. could then be made, for the several engagems.—at this Moment, I have not $50. in both Banks.—I expect however to be able in the course of a day or two—to advance the President from 750-1000—for the time required.—and most Ardently hope the President may not increase ( if Possible ) in Bank...
since my letter of this date—I have to add, That in my letter to you of the 2d. I had given—Assurances of your three several letter packages being on Board the Ship Stadt, Hamburgh. (not in the least doubting, but they would be received) It was however with difficulty I got permission (thro the influence of a particular Mercht.) to Ship the Two Boxes—On delivering my single package which...
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
My last to you on Business, was of 7 th Ins t in Answer to yours of the 28 th Ult o since when I deposited with M r Plasentson — (in M r Monroes Office) for next conveyance—my second of exchange—as well,
J Barnes Acknowledges with thanks—the Presidents Bank Ck. for $900.— $400— of which is already placed to the Presidents Credit—and wait untill the 16th Instant. to pay into the Bank of Columa—the remaining $500. together with the Presidents Note of same date for $1000—in lieu of your Note for $1500. then payable.— MHi : Coolidge Collection.