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Your favor of July 2. came to hand a few days ago and I am thankful to yourself as well as to mr Ross for the indulgence therein expressed as to the paiment for the castings which I should have made before. I counted on making it from the resource of my flour which I have usually sold in March. but the blockade has prevented & still prevents the sale. in the mean time another resource...
Your letter informing me of the delivery of the iron backs at Lynchburg , d was duly recieved, and they are now here. I ought sooner to have made the remittance to mr Ross as the letter desired, & I counted on surely doing. but I am one of the unfortunate whose crop of wheat not having been ground and at market in the early seasoned season , has been blockaded in Richmond , where I have now...
I have occasion for some iron backs for my fire places at this place, of a particular size & form. mr Reuben Perry , house joiner at Lynchburg has promised to make the mould and forward it to you, and, as it is probable his wood will not be well seasoned & liable to shrink, I have to request you to have 7. cast as soon as convenient. if you have any opportunity of lodging them at mr...
I have just now recieved your favor of Mar. 31. and with it the book you have been so kind as to send me, but I cannot promise that I shall read it. 600 pages at the age of 81. are a formidable undertaking. the subject too is one on which had I not made up my mind before this age, I should be inexcusable indeed, and having done this in the vigor of body and mind, a change under the wane of...