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By a vessel just departing hence for Richmond I send a number of packages as by the inclosed , in...
My packages from Washington must be now near arriving with you, and I will pray you to forward...
My letter by post yesterday desired you to send my goods from Washington by trusty boatmen. I did...
The articles sent by mr Randolph’s boats are arrived safe, except a trunk N o 28. your note by...
Yours of the 21 st & 24 th are recieved. the amount of my crop of tob o is much less than I...
On the subject of the trunk N o 28. I am not without a hope that an interview by yourself with...
Yours of May 30. was duly recieved informing me you had sent by mr Randolph ’s boat 2 boxes...
It becomes necessary for me to establish a correspondence somewhere for the supply of my...
Your three letters of June 16. 19. & 23. came to hand by our last post, and I now inclose you the...
I now inclose you the renewal of my note of January for 8000.D. and sincerely wish it may be used...
Our last account left me some thirty odd Dollars in your debt. I now inclose you one hundred...
M r W. Dawson , agent for the fire insurance company, has a claim on me for 11. D 40 c, fee on...
We propose that my grandson, Jefferson Randolph shall attend the Mathematical department of the...
Tomorrow being the last day fixed by our sheriff’s for the reciept of the taxes of the year, I...
According to my letter of the 8 th I had yesterday given to mr Woods our sheriff an order on you...
T. J. Randolph now proceeds to Richmond in order to enter at mr Girardin ’s academy. I have...
M r I. Coles was mentioning to me to day a sale of tobacco by mr Carter , his brother in law, the...
I inclose you an order from John H. Craven on mr Richard Anderson for 250.D. founded on a sale of...
Since mine of the 3 d inst. I have drawn on you on the 11 th for 30.D. paiable to John Butler or...
Your favors of Sep. 28. and Oct. 5. are both recieved for mer by the last post was prevented by...
I now dispatch a cart for the two ewes you have been so kind as to select for me, and I will...
In 1805. John D. Burke asked of me the loan of my volumes of newspapers from 1741. to 1752. and...
My letter of Feb. 9. from Poplar Forest informed you of the sale of my tob o and of the...
Yours of the 8 th came to hand last night. I had not before heard of your appointment to Lisbon ,...
I have reserved specially for yourself the following observations. the proposition of mr Gibson’s...
I recieved last night yours of the 29 . William Johnson of Milton has two boats on the river & is...
I presume you have recieved the sum of 1333 ⅓ D from mr Samuel J. Harrison which he assured me...
It is with real reluctance I trouble you with small commissions, which I know ought not to be...
I return you the note signed, and filled up with the former sum supposing it not best not to...
I recieved yesterday yours of the 6 th informing me of the sale of part of my flour at my lowest...