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In answer to your favor of the 6th. Inst. we have to inform you that the purchasers of your Tobacco, objected to giving notes (negotiable at the bank) that it might not interfere with their own accommodation there, which at present is very limited to the first houses, owing to a want of specie—It is not usual with us to take such notes, but not being aware that you would require the proceeds...
We send you inclosed a Certificate of $450 lodged in our Bank to the credit of James Dinsmore— We are respectfully Yours &c MHi : Coolidge Collection.
We have received your favor of the 14th. inclosing Nine hundred & seventy dollars, which shall be applied as you direct—We are with respect Sir Your ob Servts. MHi : Coolidge Collection.
Will you be so good as to procure & forward for me to Monticello two or three dozen bottles of Syrop of punch by the first boats? MHi : Coolidge Collection.
We have to acknowledge the receipt of your favor of the 26th. inclosing a check on the US. Bank at Norfolk for $300,—which sum we have paid to Mr. Le Tellier, as he inform’d us, that to make the work exactly alike, it is necessary to have the whole melted into one mass.—We have sold your Tobacco to R & T: Gwathmey at $7 pble. half Cash & half 60 d/ say 25 hhds.—the one which was laid bye as...
Your favor of June 1. is recieved, and the sale of the tobacco as therein mentioned is approved. the terms of 3. 4. and 5. months being long, might they not be reduced to 1. 2 & 3. by taking notes from the purchasers negociable at the Richmond bank? this would of course make to us the difference of the discount, which would be of little consideration: but it must depend on the form of the...
We received your favor of the 29th. Ulto:, and shall attend to your directions relative to the boxes shippd from Philadelphia, those you allude to from Monticello have been sent on, the one to Mr. Peale of Philada. and the other to Mr. Edwd. Johnston of Norfolk, to whom your hams were likewise sent, to be forwarded to you—We have at length made sale of your Tobacco to Messrs. Bohn & Hubnes at...
We hand you inclosed bill of Loading for 1200 bushels Coal by the Schr. Brothers Capn. S: Travers. Mr. Nicholson informs us he was obliged to ship that quantity, as he could not procure a smaller vessel and the Capn. refused to go unless he had a full load—we likewise send inclosed Mr Saml: McCraw’s receipt for the fifty dollars paid him—With respect we are Sir Your ob: Servts: MHi : Coolidge...
Your favor of the 27th. Inst. is duly received inclosing a post note of our bank for $100.—which shall be held subject to the order of Mr. John W. Eppes. With respect we are Sir Your obt Servts. P:S: Your Tobacco is still unsold & we are apprehensive we shall not shortly be able to obtain your limits— MHi : Coolidge Collection.
Mr. Venable has called to say that his friend (who it now appears is, Mrs. Tabb of Amelia) is willing to lend the amt. you require for six months—We therefore send you inclosed a note at that date, the one forwarded you yesterday will of course be destroyed We are respectfully Your ob Servts. MHi : Coolidge Collection.