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I have bought a mule of the bearer mr Jesse Abell for eighty Dollars, and not having the money by me, I ask the favor of you to pay it for me, and it shall be repaid in cash in the course of the week, or by an order on Gibson & Jefferson at your choice which will oblige your humble servant P.S. should mr Dawson be from home I ask the same favor of mr Watson , and will call on him in a day or...
Several persons, farmers & planters of the county of Albemarle , having, during their visits and occasional meetings together, in conversations on the subjects of their Agricultural pursuits, recieved considerable benefits from an intercommunication of their plans & processes in husbandry, they have imagined that these benefits might be usefully extended, by enlarging the field of...
The walls of the Pavilion are 116.f. running measure. Cellar 2. bricks thick, 10 f. high. 24. bricks to a square foot. 24 × 10 × 116 amount to 27,840. bricks 27 84 0 Upper walls 23. f. high, 1½ brick thick. 18. bricks to a square foot. 18 × 23 × 116 48,024 say 53360 the chimney 4,752 4752 6. pilasters 1 134. 1134
A difference of opinion having arisen between the subscribers as to the construction of the words of a lease we wish to settle it amicably by a reference to persons in whose judgment & impartiality we have unqualified confidence. it is of yourselves we ask the favor to become our arbitrators, and to your award we agree mutually to submit. we are sorry to add that the question cannot be...
M. Bacon & C. Peyton have bargained for all the corn C. Peyton may have to sell—except about Seventy barrells—that is C.P. is to let M. Bacon hav e One hundred Barrells if he makes as much to sell aftar deducting the above Seventy; the Corn to be recav d between the 1 st & tenth of Nov r On the rivar bank. at Twenty Shilling
It is agreed Betwen Thomas Jefferson and Richard Durrett Both of the County of Albemarle that the said Durrett shall serve the said Jefferson one yeare as a Carpenter. and the said Durrett do by these presents Oblige himself to do what ever work the said Jefferson shall require in the Business of Carpenters work and the said Durrett Obliges himself to faithfully do his duty. the yeare...
I. II. III. Notes 1. Sep. 1. (a) my
William Ballard engages himself to serve Thomas Jefferson as an overseer at his place called Tufton during the year ensuing, to commence the 1 st day of December next and faithfully to do his duty in that capacity: and the sd Thomas Jefferson agrees to find him six hundred weight of pork, corn bread sufficient for himself & family, and a barrel of flour, and moreover to allow him sixty five...
W m Ballard in account with Th: Jefferson    D 1815. Aug. 16. To cash of Th:J. 100. Oct. 5. To order favor E. Bacon
Whereas Thomas Man n Randolph & Martha his wife by due conveyance from myself were seised in fee Simple of a parcell of Land in the County of Bedford , part of my tract of land called Poplar Forest , containing as conjectured by protraction but not known by actual Survey 1000 Acres of which parcel the said Thomas M. & Martha have conveyed to Anne Moseley 840 Acres being the part on the West...