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Your favor of Jan. 13. is recieved and a statement of my account to the 1 st inst. when I...
I recieved the day before yesterday mr Edmund Randolph’s answer that he would execute any deed I...
Altho’ I have not heard yet of the actual sale of my flour, yet in the hope it has taken place,...
In a letter of Mar. 24. I mentioned that I should have occasion to draw on you in favor of Doct r...
I must ask the favor of you to send me an hundred Dollars by the return of post, in small bills....
Our newspapers having come lately more irregularly than usual I have as yet seen nothing later...
I inclose you a note of mr John Harvie for 176.90 which has been due since the 1 st of March &...
Your favor of the 3 d came to hand after the return of our post. the afflicting news of the death...
Your letter of July 27. was duly recieved, and the 200 D. inclosed in it. I find that in making...
I drew on you lately for 43. D 27 C in favor of the Mutual assurance company , and must now ask...