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1 R. & A. Garvey Jefferson, Thomas To Thomas Jefferson from R. & A. Garvey, 8 January 1787 1787-01-08 We are desired by Mr. Thoms. Boylston to apply to your Excellency, and to beg the favour of you,...
2 R. & A. Garvey Jefferson, Thomas To Thomas Jefferson from R. & A. Garvey, 12 January … 1787-01-12 We have the honor to remitt you Inclosed the notes of our disbursments for your Excellency...
3 R. & A. Garvey Jefferson, Thomas To Thomas Jefferson from R. & A. Garvey, 25 January … 1787-01-25 The acquit for your Excellencys things has not been returned; they would not Give a duplicate of...
4 R. & A. Garvey Jefferson, Thomas To Thomas Jefferson from R. & A. Garvey, 29 June 1787 1787-06-29 Rouen, 29 June 1787. Acknowledge TJ’s letter of 24 June; they will forward the four cases of wine...
5 R. & A. Garvey Jefferson, Thomas To Thomas Jefferson from R. & A. Garvey, 21 July 1787 1787-07-21 Rouen, 21 July 1787 . Have forwarded four cases of wine from Feger Gramont & Cie. of Bordeaux,...
6 R. & A. Garvey Jefferson, Thomas To Thomas Jefferson from R. & A. Garvey, 24 August 1787 1787-08-24 We differed answering the letter your Excellency honored us with the 8 Inst., Inclosing a...
7 R. & A. Garvey Jefferson, Thomas To Thomas Jefferson from R. & A. Garvey, 5 November … 1787-11-05 Rouen, 5 Nov. 1787. Have received TJ’s letter of 4 Nov. and wish to inform him that the ship...
8 R. & A. Garvey Jefferson, Thomas To Thomas Jefferson from R. & A. Garvey, 10 November … 1787-11-10 Rouen, 10 Nov. 1787 . Have sent the harpsichord by cart and hope it arrives safely; ask that the...
9 R. & A. Garvey Jefferson, Thomas To Thomas Jefferson from R. & A. Garvey, 17 November … 1787-11-17 In reply to your Excellencys letter, our reason for sending the Harpsicord by Land was because...