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I expected some wines, fruits Etc. to a considerable amount but of still more importance from the want of them, by the American Schooner the Three friends, Capt Harvey, of Baltimore. she left Marseilles for Baltimore early in November, as I learn by duplicates of the dispatches entrusted to her. I fear she must have been either taken or lost. can you do me the favor to learn from her owners,...
During the last summer Mr. Purviance recieved for me a small parcel of wines from Leghorn, which being in bad condition & the season warm, he was so kind as to repack & put in a vault of his own till the weather would admit their being safely forwarded. as the season is now favorable, and I do not know to whom to address the present application, as the representative of Mr. Purviance. I have...
I recieved yesterday a letter from mr Cathalan informing me that mr Appleton had drawn on him for 34 D 33c amount of the 2. boxes of Maccaroni & Parmesan cheese forwarded by the Wm. Bingham to Baltimore, which will enable you to assess the duties. I salute you with esteem & respect MHi : Coolidge Collection.
On my arrival here I found your favor of Sep. 30. on the subject of the wines & liqueurs arrived from Leghorn under the orders of mr Appleton; and to enable you to assess the duties I inclose his letter stating the cost of the liqueurs, & the number of bottles of wine (350) being what is sometimes called by the general name of Florence, but more particularly Montepulciano. I have no invoice or...
I inclose you a draught on the bank of the US. at Baltimore for 60.94, whereof 40.94 are to pay the duties &c. on the packages from Marseilles, according to the note you were so kind as to send me. owing a little sum of 14. Dollars to messrs. W. & R. Hall sadlers in Baltimore, which being fractional as to the size of any bills we have here cannot be remitted them in that way, I have taken the...
I recieved yesterday your favor of the 13th. covering mr Appleton’s letter, which informs me he had sent by the William Bingham a box of Maccaroni, & a Parmesan cheese in a leaden box, & that cased in wood, but he mentions neither the weight or cost of the Maccaroni or cheese. I know that those cheeses are pretty regularly made to the weight of about 60. 1b. probably by weighing the box of...
I sent lately to Alexandria, to be forwarded round to Baltimore, a box of seeds directed to Madame de Tessé in France to the care of the Commercial agent of the US. at the port where it should be landed; & I took the liberty of addressing it to you, in the hope you will be so kind as to send it by any vessel going to Nantes, of preference, or to La Rochelle or Bordeaux, with the inclosed...
I have shipped to your care in the Schooner Beggar, Richard Wallace, master, twelve boxes containing volumes of the laws of the United States 1st. Session 9th. Congress, addressed to several of the Governors of the States. I pray you to forward them as opportunities may serve to their respective places of destination, paying the expences from Baltimore which shall be reimbursed immediately on...