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The 4. boxes by mr Randolph’s boats are safely arrived, and the kental of dumbfish not being with them gives one fears it has never come to your hands. will you be so good as to send me by the first boat 25. or 30. ℔ of moulded candles, myrtle wax would be greatly preferred, but if not to be had, good tallow would be next desired. Affectionate salutations. MHi : Coolidge Collection.
Will you be so good as to send me immediately 3. dozen bottles of Syrup of punch? if boats are coming it will come safer tho’ slower by them. if not, let it be sent by the stage; or one half by the stage & the other by the boats as you think best. accept affectionate salutations P.S. I drew on you Aug. 18. in favr. Wm. Short for 500. D. MHi : Coolidge Collection.
In my letter of the 10th. inst. I desired you to send back to Baltimore a box or boxes containing a marble bust & pedestal. should that not have been done, be so good as to forward them to Monticello, a satisfactory arrangement respecting them having since been made. Your letter containing our last Quarterly account has been recieved. the balance against me is larger than I had been aware of....
In the inclosed letter of yesterday I omitted one article. the three barrels of potatoes on board the wreck were intended for planting. they will possibly be spoiled, or come too late for that object. I am told potatoes from the North are always to be had in Richmond. will you then be so good as to send up a flour barrel full by the first boats? I salute you affectionately. MHi : Coolidge...
I leave this place for Monticello tomorrow. I have desired mr Barnes to remit you 700.D. which he will recieve about the 4th. or 6th of Aug. and will send you in bills of the bank US. here by the 8th. or 9th. I have consequently drawn on you in favor of Christopher Smith for 433⅓ D. payable Aug. 10. and shall further draw in favor of Joseph Brand for 250.D. Accept my affectionate salutations....
I now inclose you five hundred dollars to cover my deficit with you, with my affectionate salutations MHi : Coolidge Collection.
Having to pay James Oldham 179.80 D I have thought it safer to put under cover to you 180. D. and to ask the favor of you to make him the paiment on his application. I set out for Monticello tomorrow. accept affectionate salutns. MHi : Coolidge Collection.
Your favor of the 23d. is recieved & I now return you mr Peyton’s order accepted payable the first week of August. this I presume will make only the week’s odds with you, while it makes a month’s odds with me, as I settle & pay the first week of every month for the whole month. considerable paiments for the beginning of July render an anticipation then not convenient. Affectionate salutations....
An opportunity occurs of immediately disposing of what ready money can be a raised for mr Short, to great advantage. be so good therefore as to settle without delay the balance with mr Brown & remit it to mr Barnes. I repeat that if any future discoveries of just charges can be made I will undertake that they be repaid. I am with great esteem Dear Sir Your friend & servt PrC ( DLC : Short...
The season now requires that I should lay in my winter’s stock of coal. I will therefore ask the favor of you to send me on 1200. bushels with as little delay as possible, for indeed the want of it begins to be urgent. on this day fortnight I will make you a remittance to cover this article as well as the balance due at the close of the last quarterly account. Accept my affectionate...