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I return you the note signed, and filled up with the former sum supposing it not best not to change it till the next renewal, by which time mr Harrison’s note for the tob o will be in hand and due. Griffin wrote me on the 5 th that he had then delivered 24. hhds to mr Harrison , and that 6. more were ready & would be opened in a few days, when
I am duly favor’d with yours of the 30 th ultimo . The window glass was forwarded by Thomas Becks on the 27 th , and will have arrived I hope some days ere this. We have received since our last 138 Bbls of your flour, 45 of it being from Lynchburg .— Although the price is ½ $ above your limit, it is dull at that, which has prevented our making any further sale for you.—if we were to go out and...
We have received since my last 6 Hhds of your Tobacco.—although it arrived last week, there has been such a quantity coming in, that I was not able to get it inspected until to day.—I am very sorry to inform you that it is so indifferent, I could not get an offer for it at all, the whole of the principal purchasers saying it would not suit them at any price.—one declared it not to be worth...
Flour having become more & more unsaleable from the date of my last , I found it impracticable to effect any further sale of yours at 9.½ $ in money, and was therefore induced to sell the whole of it (288 barrels) to Brown & Rives at that price, on a credit of 60 days, adding the bank discount.—As however we were not authorised by you to make a sale on credit, we enter it to your account as if...
We have since my last received 152 bbls of your flour, which we have been compelled to sell at your lowest limit of 9$ cash. RC ( MHi ); at foot of text: “Thomas Jefferson esq r ”; endorsed by TJ as received 9 June 1811 and so recorded in SJL .
I recieved yesterday yours of the 6 th informing me of the sale of part of my flour at my lowest limit of 9.D. you must be so good as to consider that limit as removed. it was originally proposed at a season when I was satisfied the market must come to that notwithstanding momentary depressions. but the season is now arrived when the approach of harvest must necessarily lower the demand &...
I yesterday received inclosed in a letter from M r Griffin , S. J: Harrison’s dft on G. & J. at 25 days sight for $:2731. 99 100 , which at maturity will appear at your credit.— No more of your flour has arrived.—I rather suppose if you have time to look over our letters, that you will find you have been advised of the sale of the whole of it. As the amount will lie useless in our hands, we...
I inclose an acc t of the sales of 547 bbls of your flour, together with your acc t current to this day, the last shewing a balance against you of $:2671. ⁴⁰⁄₁₀₀ .— Deducting this sum from the 5800$ obtained from the bank, (which is partly to be paid off with Harrisons dft, and the balance to be continued) leaves $:3128. ⁶⁰⁄₁₀₀ for which you are to draw.—You can likewise if you think proper...
Yours of the 20th was recieved yesterday inclosing my account balance 3128.60 and the estimated amount of 54. Barrels flour unsold, to be drawn for— there should be still near 50. Barrels more to be recieved from Bedford . In consequence of your permission I am drawing on you as follows: Dr. Everett of Charlottesville 42.20 Gen.l Wm. Chamberlayne
I have sold your last 54 barrels of flour to W m M c Kenzie at 8.½ & 9$. (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