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[ Without place ] 30 Mch. 1781 . Mr. Eppes desires him to inform TJ that “a Gun Smith up the Country will undertake the Cleaning and repairing Arms. He will also get 3 or 4 Men to Assist him provided they are exempt from Military duty.” The arms must be sent up to him. TJ’s instructions follow: “Referred to Colo. Davies; Colo. Muter had the name of this man in a note from me. He lives in...
I had written 12th. Inst. acquainting you I had agreeable to request hir’d Joseph and wd. send him on after he had made a collection of the few debts he had out here. He now takes the stage for Philadelphia and to defray his expences have advanc’d him £4–19. which expect will be sufficient to carry him on with you. The same amt. will be oblige to you to transmit my daughter Hetty at Eliz town...
Your favour of 15th inst. have received some days past and shall pay attention to the contents, am concern’d to find one of the Hhds. tobacco shipt by Stratton was such, as you had describd in your former letter and exceptionable. This fault lays with the inspectors, as I had requested they would mark out those that had been fir’d. In future I shall attend to that circumstance and request them...
Having engag’d a Mill Wright to build me a Mill on McCombs patent plan, of which I presume a Model is lodg’d in the Archives of the general Government, & being apprehensive the undertaker is not thoroughly acquainted with the principles of it obliges me to lay myself under the disagreeable necessity of making application to a friend to endeavour to procure the plan for me. I have no...
Your favour of 5th. instant came to hand a few days past and expected until the receipt thereof Capt. Stratton had long since carryed the whole of your crop of tobacco, having left orders with the inspectors whenever he apply’d to deliver the balance of your crop in their Warehouse. Only two hhds. now remains which would have been shipt at the same time he carryed the last, had they not been...
Your esteem’d favour of 8th. last month I received, with the Bill for your son in law Mr. Randolph, who was here at the time and delivered it to him. Since the rect. of your favour have made diligent search for your tobo. but cannot find more than the two Hhds. mentioned to you in my last. The bearer Mr. Pope who will deliver you this, is now on his way to Philadelphia to solicit a commission...
I wou’d have wrote you before this, but have been waiting on Mr. Banks who had kept me in a state of suspence until yesterday respecting the sale of your land at Elkhill, and have now got his final answer. The highest he offers is £1500 payable agreeable to your advertisement in four instalments. You will therefore on the receipt of this say if this price meets your approbation, as he informs...
I have declin’d writing you for several posts, until I cou’d get Mr. Banks to enter in writing for the purchase of your Elkhill land, which at last have accomplishd and inclose you the original agreement. If convenient, wish you to send a deed, to enable me to have bonds executed with real security for the amount. Until that is done, he is not dispos’d to give his bonds or mortgage on real...
Richmond, 8 Aug. 1791 . On return from Norfolk he found TJ’s of 10th with bank note for 21.25 dollars, an unnecessary trouble to TJ since two days after writing he received £10 from Col. Lewis to pay shipping and other charges on tobacco. Lewis also left £100 to pay Dr. Currie part of an order TJ had drawn. If agreeable, he will pay Currie the amount of the note or apply it as TJ directs....
My brother having just arrivd here, with his family from the Island of Jamaica, which country he has left forever and intends to become a resident in some part of the continent, at present a temporary one in Richmond, during the winter, on leaving the Island he disposd of his carriage and part of his furniture in full expectation he coud accomodate himself here immediately. As our carriage...