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The distress in which I am to meet debts of the most pressing urgency obliges me to remind you of...
Yours of the 24 th was recieved yesterday. the clause of arbitration in the lease was a...
Under the idea that you thought of engaging a partner in the lease of the Mill I had suspended...
Your letter of the 18 th recieved on the 21 st shews that our recollections differ very...
Yours of the 8 th was duly recieved. on the question of any suspension of current rent the facts...
I have some debts here which press very sorely on me; for the paym t of which my only resource is...
MHi : Coolidge Collection.
I recieved yesterday an alarming account of the danger there is of the mill floors being crushed...
I mentioned to you some days ago that I had a note in the bank of the US. for 1000. D. which I...
Your’s of yesterday was recieved last night. you need take no trouble about the flour balance,...
Your letter of the 20 th has been a week getting to my hands. I am sorry that mr Colclaser ,...
You need not hurry yourself at all as to the extracts from your Day-book. a letter from George...
On casting my eye over your account I observed that I should have to ask the favor of you to have...
I sincerely regret that we happen to see the same subject in lights so very different, with...
Your letter of the 10 th was handed to me yesterday afternoon only when the Shadwell mills were...
The account rendered to-day is perfectly satisfactory, as the not having known of the 9. barrels...
In answer to the enquiry of yesterday , I think the that the proposition for Mann to serve on his...
I have subjoined to the lease an acknolegement that the rent of the next year is payable in flour...
In my letter of the other day I mentioned that the credit of 122.50 D for corn formerly bought...
From the account you were so good as to furnish me I make out the inclosed statement for the last...
I have this morning written to the Secretary of the navy , to sollicit a midshipman’s warrant for...
As mr Randolph and yourself have the Shadwell mill in partnership this year and the details of...
The purchase of Pantops renders it necessary for me to understand exactly the conditions of the...
Thomas E. Randolph in Account with Th: Jefferson D r Cr. D 1809. May 15. By balance on account to...
I ought perhaps sooner to have informed you that mr Crav. Peyton had assigned to me your note for...
Mr. Higginbotham presses me for the paiment of which your rent was to make a part. as soon...
The rent which you mentioned as due for Lego I will ask you to be so kind as to pay at your...
When I settled here with mr Shoemaker, I told him you had informed me you had an order on me from...