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The last time I had the pleasure of writting you accompanied an Account of some Books you ordered which were unfortunately lost, I received the order from London but they are not to come to hand time enough to be sent by this Opportunity. They will be sent you soon and if they come too late for you you’ll be so good as dispose off them to the best advantage. This will be delivered you by the...
I received yours of the 7th of Septr. last only the 10th of June last, and where it had been wandering all that time I am at a loss to know, but no doubt you would think me negligent not to answer you in course. I have not yet been able to procure for you a Gardiner, but have made application to a friend in the East Country and have little doubt of getting one for you to send you in our own...
[ Glasgow, 30 Mch. 1786. Recorded in SJL as received “while in London.” Letter not found but see TJ’s reply of 19 Apr. 1786.]
[ Glasgow, 28 Apr. 1786 . Recorded in SJL as received 9 May 1786. Not found. See reference to “A letter received since from the first character among the American merchants in Scotland,” in TJ to James Monroe, 10 May 1786.]
[ Glasgow, 2 Feb. 1787. Recorded in SJL as received 14 Feb. 1787. Not found, but see TJ to McCaul, 4 Jan. and 19 Feb. 1787 .]
[ Glasgow, 9 Mch. 1787 . Recorded in SJL as received 28 Mch. 1787 at Aix-en-Provence. Not found.]
I received your agreable favour of the 12th Ulto only yesterday, and I am very sorry that your expectations from your Estate in Virginia should have so far dissappointed your good intentions of discharging your debt agreable to stipulation. Suffice it to say at present that what remittance you can make this year will be very acceptable and this you will be pleased to do in the manner most...
I had the pleasure of writting you on the 14th of Augt. last, and have been greatly dissappointed at not hearing from you since, nor receiving the promised remittances. You can easily Judge from the great subject that my Partners and self have in Virginia how hard it is upon us to lye so long out of it as we have done. I therefore hope you will exert yourself to make a payment this year and as...
I had the honour of receiving your letter from Paris of the 3d of Augt. which I would have acknowledged in course, but I saw from the Publick papers that you was preparing to embark for America and not at that time knowing the fate of Paradise’s bill on Docter Bancroft, I postponed writting. This serves now to acknowledge the receipt of the above mentioned letter which inclosed two bills one...