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At the request of Mr. Darmsdatt I send you the enclosed account . I this morning forwarded your nail-rod (3 Ton) and a Tea-chest—having informed the boatmen that I would not engage to give them 3/. ⅌ hundred as I had done in several instances, because you generally had it carried up for less—and that they must therefore settle it with you. I advanced one of them (P. Gibson , alias Mingo...
Your favor of the 14th. inclosing an order on the Inspectors for a Hhd: of Tobacco I did not receive until friday last, it having been sent from Milton to Philadelphia. I return you the letter to Mrs. E. which was also inclosed, being informed she is gone to Monticello. I am Dear Sir Your Very Obt. servt. RC ( MHi ); at foot of text: “Thomas Jefferson esqr.”; endorsed by TJ as received 2 Aug....
Mr. Hooper has at length after disappointing me several times, taken up his note for your Tobacco which became due the 1st. instant—after deducting your draft in favor of Mr. Wickham for $:1000—which he informs me was paid at maturity. I hope he will be more punctual in the next payment, as his failure in this instance I am certain was owing to the fever in Philada. & N. York—which prevented...
Mr. Hooper has made payment in full for your Tobacco, deducting $:1000-for your other draft, in favor of Mr. James Lyle; which he informs me he has taken up. I subjoin an account of the sale, & am Dear Sir Your Very Obt. Hbl: servt. 1798 May 15— To Thomas Hooper—pble. 1st. Octr. & 12th. Novr.— PF  TI– 32 — 137 — 1568 } Spring 44 — 137 — 1641 52
[I] have merely to advise you that I h[ave] to night [delive]red your letter to Colo. Taylor ; presuming from the purport of your note that it may be satisfactory to you to know he has received it. I am Dear Sir Your Very Obt. Hbl: servt. RC ( MHi ); stained; at foot of text: “Thos. Jefferson esqr. Monticello.” Recorded in SJL as received 6 Dec. 1798. Letter to Colo. Taylor : TJ to John...
I was informed by Mr. Joseph Roberts in a letter of the 14th. ultimo that he had shipped on board the rising sun Capt. Adderson 120 bundles of nail-rod on your account.—I was informed some days ago upon enquiring after her, that there was a report she was lost, her hands having all deserted her—this report the norfolk paper by last post confirmed, as you will find from the inclosed. I have to...
The preceding is a copy of a notice which Mr. Call, (who has taken charge of Mr. Washington’s business) gave me a few days ago; the original of which I forwarded by this mornings post to Mr. Randolph, with a request that he will have it executed and returned to me. Mr. C. called to advise with me upon the subject, & concurred in opinion with me that this would be a better plan, than sending it...
Your favors of the 10th. & 12th. both came to hand by last nights post—your draughts therein mentioned, in favor of Mr. Strange for £95.8., and Mr. Richard for $:1200—, are accepted. With respect to my having paid freight on your things up the river contrary to your direction; I have to observe—that I perfectly recollect your having given me such direction—and, as perfectly, that I have never...
Your favor of the 22d. is duly received. I have several times seen the part owner of the sloop rising sun, whom I before mentioned to you, who informs me the Capt. has not yet recovered his health—if he does not shortly, so as to be enabled to go round to the vessel this Gentlemen has determined positively to go himself—of which I will give you information. So far from most of your Tobo. being...
Your favors of the 31st. ultimo & 7th. instant came duly to hand. The little Sam with the nail-rod &c. has not yet arrived. I find that clover seed here is very scarce; there is none except in the hands of one person—the price is $:12.—for red & 15 for white. as this (in the whole) is the same as at Philada., I should have taken it, but it is not of the last years growth—and I am told cannot...