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I received your favor of the 24 th and shall attend to your instructions relative to your old Albemarle crop, I expected to have given you the requisite information for this mail, but find the hands at Shockoe so much engaged, that it cannot be open’d until the last of the week— fine Tobaccos sell very readily at from 7 to 9$ at this last price m r Bruce sold his crop; at the same time Tob o...
Having at length succeeded in getting your Tobacco reviewed I shall now give you my opinion of it corroborated by the judgement of some of my friends who are more in the habit of purchasing and shipping— N os 2593 & 2032 bright-col r good order & well flav d worth about 6 ½ $ 〃 2031 dark 〃 mix’d & tolerably well flav d 〃
We wrote to you on the 9 th Ins t with a copy of your Sales and Account Current to which we refer you—As the writer is under the necessity of leaving town tomorrow and may possibly be detained longer than he at present proposes, we take the liberty of forwarding you a note for your signature, we leave the amount blank, that you may fill it up with whatever sum may suit your wants— O. Philpotts...
How shall I find words to express to you my dear Sir the grief I feel in having to communicate the mournful and afflicting intelligence of the unhappy fate of my ever to be regretted and most valued friend M r Geo. Jefferson Alas! he is now no more, the memory of his transcendant worth is all that is left to us—You who have long known and esteem’d his virtues, must bitterly deplore his death,...
We refer you to ours by last mail, and have at present merely to inform you that since then wheat & flour have been rising, the former is 10/. the latter 9½ Cash for Canal flour and 10$ asked by the millers on time. these prices may be expected to continue, provided no measures are adopted by Congress to put a stop to our present mode of export RC ( ViU : TJP-ER ); in Patrick Gibson’s hand; at...
We are favor’d with yours of the 23 d the drafts therein mention’d are all paid—we now send you inclosed $300 as desired— Flour is in great demand, and none to be procured, the millers having engaged all they can grind for at least a week to come and in consequence of the dry season very little has been coming down the nominal price is 10½$—Wheat only 9/6—With great respect we are RC ( ViU :...
Your note at bank for $3000. falling due the 17/20 Ins t we send you one here inclosed for your signature— Flour 10½$ Wheat 9/6—With great respect we are— RC ( ViU : TJP-ER ); in Patrick Gibson’s hand; at head of text: “Thomas Jefferson Esq re ”; endorsed by TJ as received 6 Nov. 1812 and so recorded in SJL . Enclosure not found. SJL records a missing letter from TJ to Gibson & Jefferson of 7...
We hand you inclosed your Account Curr t to the 31 st Ult o balanced by $3301.90 at your debit since then we have paid a draft of Cha s Simms of Alex a for $15.95, being cha s on articles shipp’d for you by him— Your bond to B: Griffin for $700 chargeable with interest from June and payable at our counting room in December, we took up (partly to accommodate
I received by last post your two letters of the 4 th .—on looking over your letters for 1807 I find the one to which you allude of the 5 th Sept r but none subsequent to it make any mention of the power of Attorney, and as it is not amongst our papers I presume it was not sent In making further enquiry respecting the value of this property, I am happy to state that if you are willing to...
I have received your favor of the 26 th Ult o and in conformity thereto have accepted the offer made through M r Taylor of 50$ p r foot front, the credit I had agreed to extend to 60 d /. 120 d /. & 180 d /.—it is understood that this is to commence from the time a sufficient conveyance is made— We have received 201 bls: of your flour, 60 of which from Shadwell