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I have sold your last 54 barrels of flour to W m M c Kenzie at 8.½ & 9$. (5 barrels being fine only) on a credit of 60 days, his note to be endorsed by Jn o Lesslie .—For the reasons before assigned you will be pleased to consider this likewise as a Cash sale. RC ( MHi ); at foot of text: “Thomas Jefferson esq r
Mr. Pollard has again disappointed me in the power of Attorney—and again promises by next post. It is however of but little consequence, as I understand it is only on extraordinary occasions that the individuals of the company have any thing to do—The business being done mostly by directors; even their appointment is considered more as a matter of form than any thing else—as it is understood...
Yours of Apr. 6 is recieved; so is the syrop of punch forwarded by you. I must ask the favor of you to call on Colo. Carrington & pay him 30. Dollars on account of Matthew Rhodes collector of the direct tax of this county. also to pay mr Jones & mr Pleasants, a year’s subscription for their papers , and notify them that they may annually apply to you for the paiment without awaiting the...
I inclose you the sum of three hundred and thirty Dollars to cover an order drawn on you this day in favor of Joseph Moran 200. D and of another drawn this day also in favor of Joseph Bran for 124.25 which be pleased to honor on account of 324.25 Your friend & sevt. P.S. I should have noted that an order of T M Randolph on mr Brown makes 60. D. of the above sum. PrC ( MHi ); at foot of text:...
You will receive inclosed a bill of loading for 400 bushels of Coal. the freight you will observe is high, being as I am told 2 or 3 Cents more than is generally charged in the summer. You will of course determine whether it will not be best for you to lay in a sufficient supply in future, in that season of the year. I have as yet done nothing with your Tobacco, 40/. being the most I have been...
T. J. Randolph now proceeds to Richmond in order to enter at mr Girardin ’s academy. I have explained to mr Girardin our wish that he should go through a course of mathematics & Natural philosophy. the annual charges for these in the academy, according to their printed statement will be 67. D. to be paid quarterly in advance, say 16.75 D each quarter. this you will be so good as to pay on my...
The uncertainty when my note to Peyton for 558.14 D may be deposited with you, obliging me to be in a state of preparation for it, I find it better to provide & forward you the money at once, that no delay may be asked. you will accordingly recieve herein inclosed five hundred & sixty dollars to enable you to discharge the note on sight. accept my affectionate saluations. PrC ( MHi ); at foot...
Your favor of the 24th. ultimo should have been answered by last post agreeably to your request but that I did not return home until a few days ago after an absence of several weeks. it was then handed to me by Mr N — I immediately waited upon Mr. C—and paid him the sum you directed. I desired him to send you two copies of his work immediately, and the balance at his convenience—but he the...
Yours of the 24th is recieved and the articles [forwarded partly] brought here & the [rest] at Milton. the money recieved for mr Short must be remitted to mr Barnes as he is just about making an [investment] for him. I must still pray you to [avail] yourself of any opportunity which may offer of purchasing hams for me. the money for my last crop of tobo. became due on the [24th.] inst. and I...
Nothing had been more fixed than my determination to keep my expences here within the limits of my salary, and I had great confidence that I had done so. having however trusted to rough estimates by my head, & not sufficiently apprised of the outstanding accounts, I find on a review of my affairs here, as they will stand on the 3d. of March, that I shall be 3. or 4. months salary behind hand....