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Having some heavy sums to pay at our March & April courts I should be glad if in the disposal of your crops you could have an eye to those periods so far as respects the rent now due. as the prices of wheat & flour are now good, and the earliest sales of tob o will undoubtedly be the best, I trust no loss can arise from early sales. being to set out for Bedford tomorrow or next day & to be...
M r Bacon had to buy 60. barrels of corn for me, and he understood that you had agreed at court to deliver that quantity. but n a note which he sent you for a waggon load this morning being returned to him without any other answer, seemed to imply a negative of the bargain. my people at Lego having been without bread yesterday, & to be so to-day till we could buy it, I was obliged to send off...
A debt which has been contracted with mr Higgenbotham in my absence, has obliged me to assign to him my rents in Albemarle as they become due. I have hoped that by apprising you of this you might be able so to arrange your dealings with him as to have the paiment made convenient to you. I have informed him that your rent for 1807. is but 160. D. I tender you my best wishes. MHi : Coolidge...
Mr. Higginbotham presses me for the paiment of which your rent was to make a part. as soon therefore as your convenience admits I would sollicit the paiment, to be made to him. I would not urge it but that he has been entitled some time to expect it of me. I salute you with affection esteem MHi : Coolidge Collection.