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Permitt me to call to your recollection, that about three years past, you obliged me exceedingly by a letter you wrote to the Havanna, upon the subject of a very large sum of money attached there, my own property; Your letter I have good reason to believe had at the time its due effect, & about 12 or 14 months thereafter a Judgement was obtained to my satisfaction, but my opponents (the...
I had the honor to address you yesterday at the request of our esteemed friend Mr P. Carr , in which was enclosed a letter for his Bro. informing of the alarming indisposition of P.C. & requesting his Bro. S.C. to visit Baltimore, all which I now confirm; & sorry indeed am I to add, that in my opinion, appearances are still more unfavourable to a speedy recovery. The Doctors, Brown &...
Being informed that R. Etting Esqr the present Marshal is about to resign, I use the freedom to address a few lines in favor of a very deserving & worthy Citizen—Major Thos. Rutter ,—I shall only add that I am fully convinced upon enquiry you will find this Gentleman worthy of the Appointment, & shd. he be so fortunate as to get it, I shall feel very happy I have the Honor to be Sir yr. mo....
Your habits of kindness to me present you always first, when, wanting any thing from Baltimore , I look around for some one who will procure it for me. having made my last bow of Adieu to politicks, and emptied my head compleatly of all it’s concerns, I am become a mere farmer devoted to it from interest & inclination. we find plaister as beneficial to our lands as perhaps to any whatever, &...
Yesterday brought me your esteemed respects of the 5 th Ins t , requesting me to forward to the care of Gibson & Jefferson , half a dozen ton of plaister by the first vessel for Richmond , which shall have due attention, with respect to the quality, being myself no judge, I shall confide in a particular friend, & flatter myself you will find it good; at present our navigation experiences a...
Altho the late change of Weather from cold to warm has probably relieved you from an embargo so much more effectual than the one we tried, yet I take the chance of the post to anticipate the departure of the plaister and to pray it may be sent in the rough according to the advise of mr Pitt as mentioned in your’s of the 9 th . we are in the habit of grinding it at my own mills. P. Carr is...
Your respects of the 16 th past came to hand on the 23 rd & in time to order the plaister in the rough; it has been sent some time, of course it ought not to be long out of your possession, wishing it safe to hand & that it may give satisfaction— I remain very truly 6 Tons plaister paris @ $13 is $78 — Cartage 2 .40 $80
I recieved your favor just as I was setting out on a journey to this place, & learnt at the same time, the arrival of the plaister at Richmond . by this post I desire mess rs Gibson & Jefferson of Richmond to remit you the amount, 80.40 D with which be pleased to accept my thanks for this & other favors. On my way here I passed a day with mr Nicholas , Warren being on my road hither. he still...
Your respects of the 8 th Ins from Poplar Forest , came in course to hand, inform g of the arrival of the plaister at Richmond , also that Mess s Gibson & Jefferson woud remit me the amount, say $80:40, which they have done, & is at your credit, it will be satisfactory to learn at a future day, that the plaister answer’d the purpose I am really sorry to find our friends Mess s
I had delayed asking the favor of you to procure my stock of plaister expecting I should be able to find a recipe for distinguishing the good from the bad, which I thought I possessed. but hitherto I have sought for it in vain; and lest the season should be lost for getting it in time, I will ask the favor of you to send me six tons, in the lump, to the care of Mess rs Gibson & Jefferson at...