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Inclosed are accounts of 16 barrels Herring & 6 loaves Sugar forwarded by A: Rowe as pr Receipt above —Mr: Darmsdatt assures us that the herrings are good—We cannot get any Center at present in town, but understand, that some is expected in a few days—when we shall forward you a dozen bottles— We are respectfully Sir Your obt Servts. RC ( MHi ); in Patrick Gibson’s hand; with receipt (see note...
Your favor of the 9th. inclosing 150$ in bank notes is received. We are Very respectfully Yr. Mt. Obt. servts. RC ( MHi ); in George Jefferson’s hand and signed by him; at foot of text: “Thos. Jefferson esqr.”; endorsed by TJ as received from George Jefferson on 18 Nov. and so recorded in SJL .
Inclosed is bill of loading for 1454 bs. Coal shipped on board the Sally Ann Capn. P: Hardy, who leaves this to day. Your ob Servts. 1454 bushs. 17 cts: $247.18 Shipping Chas. 2.90 $250.8 DLC : Papers of James Madison.
Sale of 11 Hhds Tobacco made on a/c Thomas Jefferson Esq r 1809 Nov 18 th Sold Sam l Myers at 60 d/s the whole viz t Shockoe 1125. 135. 1500
We have received your favor of the 13 th with the note inclosed— Tobacco has yet come in very slowly, and such qualities as suit the taste of our present shippers have been eagerly bought up at 7 ½ & 8$ to 8 ½ $ indeed in one instance 10 ⅛ $ was given for a crop of 6 hhd s by M r Kerr of
We hand you annex’d your Acco t Current balanced by $6264.72 in our favor—We also inclose you a note for your signature to renew the one in bank due the 3 d May —we leave the amount blank to be fill’d up as you may direct— We received a few days since fifty six barrels of your flour all Sfine, sales were made on Monday at 9½ $, but in consequence of a large quantity coming down at once the...
We received yesterday your favors of the 1 st and 4 th Ins t and have made the several remittances and payments directed as p r Mem m annex’d amounting to $1240.26— we have also paid M r D a Warwick on account of
Your favors of the 11 th & 15 th were both rec d yesterday, we have procured and sent you by the Stage driver 1 p e ¹⁰⁄₄ Cotton diaper containing 26½ y ds at 9/. we could not send the precise quantity wanted of one pattern, nor is there at present but one Store, where it is retailed and there they ask 12/. for similar quality; Mess rs Tompkins & Murray of whom we purchased this piece, have...
Your letter of the 5 th Ins t relative to your crops of flour and Tobacco, we observe was replied to by M r Ligon on the 9 th : we regret we did not sooner notice the quotations he gave you of the prices of the latter as we do not consider them applicable to such a crop as yours, but merely for small crops or pic
We have received your note by M r Johnson there are at present no ploughs to be procured here, John Sam l Adams is in daily expectation of receiving some of Peacock’s — Vail & Rogers likewise expect a supply of the Cary plough— we have been equally unfortunate in our search after Burnet seed, the only chance of obtaining it, is from M r