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I duly received your two favors of the 6th. & 11th. the last inclosing 300$.—The charge of $29.67 is for the duty on the Mathematical instruments brought by Colo. Monroe.—The box about which Major Gibbon wrote to you, contains 52 prints of the natural bridge, by Mr. Roberts.—As Major G. did not hear from you, he called on me to have the box opened and valued, to ascertain the duty. The prints,...
I am duly favor’d with yours of the 30 th ultimo . The window glass was forwarded by Thomas Becks on the 27 th , and will have arrived I hope some days ere this. We have received since our last 138 Bbls of your flour, 45 of it being from Lynchburg .— Although the price is ½ $ above your limit, it is dull at that, which has prevented our making any further sale for you.—if we were to go out and...
I have to day received of the Treasurer of the James River company £160–15—as at foot, & which I have applied to the credit of Mr. Barnes. I will by next post forward your account to the end of the year & am Dear Sir Your Very humble servt. Reimbursement of two fourths of the principal lent the company—(a further proportion of one fourth having been determined to be reimbursed since my last...
We have received your favor of the 6th. Inst. inclosing $250 which shall be appropriated as you direct. the Coal shall be sent with all possible dispatch—Mr. Le Telier informs us that he will be happy to execute any work you may favor him with; we understand from a Silversmith for whom he has done a good deal of work that he has given general satisfaction With respect We are Sir Your ob...
You will observe by referring to my letter of the 18th. ultimo that I made a mistake of £10– in adding together the money I recd. for the principal of your Certificates & that for the Interest—I recd. £169–9–4 instead of £159 as I informed you—& which I did not discover until after I had paid Mr. H. I give you at foot the amot. of expences paid on Mrs. Keys Tobo. Yr. Very humble servt. Storage...
In answer to your favor of the 6th. Inst. we have to inform you that the purchasers of your Tobacco, objected to giving notes (negotiable at the bank) that it might not interfere with their own accommodation there, which at present is very limited to the first houses, owing to a want of specie—It is not usual with us to take such notes, but not being aware that you would require the proceeds...
Not having received any instruction from you upon the subject of the inclosed, I shall decline making any reply to Mr. Mifflin, but of course leave it to you to direct in what manner his account (if correct) shall be paid. I am Dear Sir Yr. Very humble Servt. MHi : Coolidge Collection.
I send you by M r Randolph’s boat two boxes which we have lately received.— There is some nail rod & bar iron which I had reserved, but Ben cannot carry it.—If you find you will require it before M r R’s boats will be down again, be pleased to inform me, that I may forward it by others. RC ( MHi ); endorsed by TJ as received 4 June 1809 and so recorded in SJL .
I am duly favor’d with yours of the 13th. inclosing two notes of your own to G. & J. at 60 days from the 4th. of August & 8th. of Septr. next, each for 1000$—to be negociated at the Bank of Virginia. I am Dear Sir Yr. Very humble Servt. MHi : Coolidge Collection.
I have this instant returned from Williamsburg where I have been for some days, and find your favor of the 12th. inclosing a letter for Colo. Monroe. Mr. Gibson informs me that the one inclosed in your letter of the 10th. he forwarded on to N. York whither Colo. M. had gone the day previous to its receipt. As I think it probable however that he may make some stay in Washington, or at any rate...