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Thomas Jefferson Esq r To Jo s Dougherty D r D –cts To 40 30 bushels oats a 40 cts per bushel 12 –00 To a stable broom
Inclosed is the bill of leading for your goods which left this place a few days ago, M r Colels Coles wrote you of the accident which happned to the vessel, on which they were first ship d — I re-shiped them on board the dolphin of york . Capt n John Mager —Master— a dove colour silk in the form of a bed, I think filled with down—was got in your bed room—after you left the
I beg you will pardon me for not returning you thanks for the noble recommendation you were so good as to send me by Short er . I do not see that there is any thing wanting in it. M r T:J. Randolph left this place on the 4 th of this month on his way to Philad a —he
Since my arival at this place, from Wilmington I had the happiness to hear from you. by the Hon ble M r Burwell on his way to Baltimore two weeks yesterday: and from the Hon ble M r Howard
your letter of the 27 May I received; I went the other day to Doct r Thorntons farm to select a ram lamb of this year for you: you may take him from the Ewe the 15 or 20 of Aug t which is about the time that the lambs quits the Ewes; and it will be as soon as necessary to put him to your broad tail ewe. I remember of you saying that Gen l Washington s rule was to put his ewes to the ram ab...
yours of the 26 th of last month I rec d the 29 your kind wish and always ready and willing to aid me, is a thing nither strange nor unknown to me; and had I any reason to suppose that you were able to assist me I should solicit you, on such an occasion, with more confidence than any person I know. you may have thought sir, that I hinted at somthing of that in my last letter. but I can assure...
I rec d yours of the 24 th the 28 th Ins t . Davy arived here on the evening of the 29 th In my conversation with Doct r Thornton , I mentioned to him the improbability of your broad tailed ewe s
yours of the 30 Nov. I rec d the 3 rd of this month and delivered the inclosed, to M r Barry . Sir I expect expect that you have so many applications for the breed of your shepherds dog, that it is no use for me to say any thing to you about them, however, if you should have any to spare, I would be verry thankful to to you for one. before this reaches you, you perhaps may have heard of a duel
M r J. Millegan requested of me, to inform you that he had has taken all possible pains to procure the 7 & 8 Vols. of scientific Dialogues , but has not been able to get them, he says he will send to London by the first oppertunity M r M. has a new work;—Parents Assistant by Maria
This moment the President requests me to go below Alex a for four merino sheep, a ewe and ram for yourself and the same for him: I have just time before I go to let you know that I am ready and willing to render you any services in my power and will win wait your instructions— RC ( DLC ); endorsed by TJ as received 9 May 1810 and so recorded in SJL . Dougherty here canceled “6.”