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Since my note to you of 5th October last with a copy of the proceedings of the late convention of this State, I have discovered, that another copy has been printed at Albany far preferable to the one I sent you, it RC ( DLC ). Fragment. Docketed “Gelston, D.” by JM . The letter has not been found, but the copy of the proceedings first sent was probably [Charles Glidden Haines], Two Speeches,...
Your letter of the 11th. instant I have had the pleasure to receive, and feel my self very much obliged for the information it contains. Agreeably to your request, I called at the Custom house, and received the Collector’s account which is herewith enclosed. Wishing you every happiness, I am, very sincerely your friend, and obedient servant. RC ( DLC ).
In a tour last summer I found a remarkable species of wheat, a Gentleman gave me four Kernels, with the following account, that a Gentleman in Vermont had imported a package of goods from China, after opening it he found from the straw threw out, a single blade which he cultivated and which produced the wheat. On the 15th September last I planted the 4 grains about 6 inches from each other,...
In a tour last summer I found a remarkable species of wheat a Gen t gave me four hands with the following account. that a Gen t in Vermont had imported a package of goods from China. opening it—he found from the straw he threw out, a single blade which he cultivated & which produced the wheat On the 15 Sep: last I planted the 4 grains about 6 inches from each other. they produced 62 stalks &...
I have this day shipped the small bale of books, bill of lading enclosed. I wish them safe to hand, and am, with great affection and esteem, MHi : Coolidge Collection.
I am now favored with your letter of the 27 th ult: with the invoice of the books.—the invoice I now return, The amount of duties is $ 5 55 I have paid freight $2 20/100— The first good opportunity to Richmond I shall ship the books, and drop you a line at the time, and give you the name of the Vessel and the captain.— paid duties 5 .55 〃 fre t 2 .20 $7 .75/100 MHi : Coolidge Collection.
It gave me much pleasure this morning, to receive your letter of the 13 th from which I infer you enjoy good health—the two letters enclosed will be forwarded the very first good opportunity, which will probably offer in a few days.— I also this morning received by the Comet, from Havre, a letter from M r Beasley, enclosing bill of lading for a bale of books for you, which I shall ship to...
I am favored with your letter of the 4 th instant with $25 enclosed— I hope you enjoy good health— It may at least be amusing for a few minutes, to see the number of arrivals in this port, this day, as stated in the enclosed,— MHi : Coolidge Collection.
Your letter of the 4 th instant with its enclosures I have recieved— I wrote to you a line the 10 th but considering the lateness of the season, and believing you would wish to recieve the books as early as might be practicable, I ventured on this occasion to send them of. by the first good opportunity that offered, which was on the 4 th by the Schooner Logan—Cap t Holmes, for Richmond—...
I wrote a line to you on the 24 th ultimo, relating to a case of books, I have not as yet received any invoice or account of cost to enable me to charge the duties, will you have the goodness to favor me with the invoice— MHi : Coolidge Collection.