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Altho’ I have not heard yet of the actual sale of my flour, yet in the hope it has taken place,...
I inclose you a bill of exchange for 988.03. D drawn by Smiths & Morrison of New Orleans on Brown...
On my return from Bedford yesterday, I found here a letter from mr Elisha Ticknor of Boston...
Our late letters have happened to cross one another by the way, the messenger which carried mine...
I inclose you an order on D r Thornton for 150. Dollars which he informed me he was ready to pay...
In a separate letter of this date I have written to you on Mazzei’s business, and in this I...
My calls for money being here, and my grandson having to transfer the monies of his collection to...
By a letter of the 12 th inst. from my manager in Bedford he informed me that his first load of...
A load of flour was sent off from hence a few days ago, and another will follow within two or...
The enemy, contrary to expectations, still continuing in our waters and indicating by no movement...
M r Edmund Randolph’s indisposition has probably prevented as yet his attendance at his court to...
Since mine of Nov. 21. I have recieved yours of Nov. 23. Dec. 7. & 14. in that of the 7 th Nov....
M r Johnson going down with his boat gives me an opportunity of getting a bale of cotton brought...
Since sending you my letter of the 10th to the post office a call of 200 D. is made upon me which...
I have j In my letter of June 8. I mentioned the arrival from Marseilles of some wines for me at...
In my letter of yesterday by mr Johnson , I mentioned that I would write to you more specially on...
I recieved the day before yesterday mr Edmund Randolph’s answer that he would execute any deed I...
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...
Your favor of the 3 d came to hand after the return of our post. the afflicting news of the death...
I drew on you lately for 43. D 27 C in favor of the Mutual assurance company , and must now ask...
The season of paying my debts now coming upon me I requested you in my letter of the 15 th to...
I have lately learnt that tobacco sells high & readily, and therefore would wish you to make sale...
I arrived here yesterday evening and find your’s of Oct. 27. covering a blank note for renewal in...
I wrote to you from hence on the 9 th instant , requesting that my flour might not be kept on...
Your’s of Mar. 2. with the 100.D. inclosed had been duly recieved and that of the 13 th is now at...
On the 31 st Ult. I asked the favor of you to inclose me by mail 100.D. which I presume to be now...
I have not learned whether at the last renewal of my note to the bank, it was enlarged or not,...
Your’s of the 8 th is just recieved, and I learn with pleasure that 5½ & 5¾ D. can be had for...