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In the month of August, mr Barnes shipped from hence by the Schooner William, James Collett master, of Alexandria three cases, small, containing some composition ornaments . I believe the three cases were put into one outer one. they were marked TI. No. 1. 2. 3. and I am not quite certain they were put into one. they were addressed to you. they have never got to Monticello, nor do I recollect...
I have to acknolege the reciept of your letters of Oct. 15. Nov. 12. & 26. and I do not know whether I have before formally acknoleged those of July 23. & 30th. I yesterday drew on you in favor of Joseph Brand or order for twenty six dollars thirty three cents at sight. I have this day [ordered?] mr Randolph to call on you for three hundred dollars, and as that letter goes by a servant, apt to...
I yesterday recieved a letter from mr Jordan Harris informing me that an irregularity in the assignment of Lucy Wood’s bond to him occasions a demurrer to it’s payment under the caution expressed in my letter to you that it should be legally assigned. the caution was a reasonable one, as we should naturally expect an assignee to take care that his title be legal . however not wishing to be...
I authorised mr Eppes in case he should purchase a horse which he was to get for me, to make me liable for 300. Dollars as the price; and as the seller was not acquainted with me, I gave him leave to draw on you for the sum at three months date, as he might consider your acceptance as more suitable to him. should such a draught be presented, be pleased to accept it, on full assurance that the...
Will you be so good as to deliver or send the inclosed to Colo. Monroe. Yours affectionately PrC ( MHi ); at foot of text: “Mr. George Jefferson.” Recorded in SJL with notation “Colo. Monroe.” Enclosure: TJ to James Monroe, 12 Jan. and enclosure.
I am now to ask your assistance in a matter not exactly in the line of ordinary business, and which I am afraid will give you some trouble. In the early part of my life, percieving that the laws of this state which were no longer in force were vanishing fast I set about making a collection of them, & with considerable success, it was fortunately before the revolution which would otherwise have...
Mr. John Barnes has recieved from Dr. Bache 3333⅓ Dol. say £1000. V.C. for James Key, to be remitted at Key’s request to mr Brydie . the money is deposited for safe custody in the bank of the US. mr Key’s distress for the money is great, & mr Barnes assures me a draught on Richmond is not to be had here. the purport of this is to ask of you, if you should have occasion for a draught on this...
I must ask the favor of you to send me by return of post 200.D. I drew on you the 20 th inst. for 91. D 34 C in favor of Robert Rives . I leave to your judgment whether it would not be better to sell the good hogsheads of my tob o separately. we think th e re must be three of them of good quality, that is to say the last, and two of the former parcel judged here to be perfectly equal in order...