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Shadwell Mill 19 th Sept r 1816 —We agree to deliver to the order of Tho s Jefferson Esq r Six hundred bushels of Shipstuff at eighteen-pence ⅌ er bushel to be deducted from the first quarters Rent—and to be deliver’d viz t 200 bushels in the second week of October next,—200—on the 1
Th: Jefferson , with his respectful salutations to mr Palmer , returns him the inclosed letter, which has not been called for as mr Palmer expected. PoC ( MHi ); on verso of reused address cover of Joseph Dougherty to TJ, 25 Nov. 1816 ; dateline at foot of text; endorsed by TJ. Enclosure: enclosure to Palmer to TJ, 23 Oct. 1816 .
I recieved by the last post your letter of the 9 th expressing your desire to study half the day in your own room rather than in the school, if mr Gerardin’s consent should be obtained; & I have consulted your father on the subject. we both find ourselves too much uninformed of the regulations of the school to form a proper judgment on this proposition. if it would break through any rule which...
M r Cary is unfortunately from home; I have ordered Phil to wait and have left a message for him with his W w ife . I am afraid there is little prospect of getting him: Will you sign my bond RC ( ViU : TJP-ER
I received your letter of the 10 February . I return you my sincere thanks for your patronage of my arduous undertaking; & for your kind offer of assistance. I intend soon to visit Richmond : a letter of introduction from you to the Governor of Virginia would be very acceptable. There appears, in the public, a disposition to encourage my proposed history of the U.S. I have taken the liberty to...
I ought perhaps sooner to have informed you that mr Crav. Peyton had assigned to me your note for 201.49 D to which is to be added the rent of the last year . the present is merely to give this information, as I shall set off tomorrow for Bedford & be absent some weeks. having some heavy paiments to make at our March & April courts any aid towards these would be acceptable, without meaning...
Your favors of Mar. 9. and 23. are both safely recieved and I shall with pleasure write to the President on the subject of the last. this I do merely because it is your wish, being satisfied the President can need no excitement in your favor beyond his own knolege & approbation of the uniform line of your conduct. We are here in a state of close blockade, tantalized indeed with propositions of...
Enclosed I submit to your perusal, what I trust will be deem’d worth the trouble— If after a Year, these Treasury notes (become due), were rec d as Cash in paym t of Subs n to the loan, it would give them full credit & enable Gov t to issue more—The loan would also be obtain’d on more advantageous terms, as these note holders would encrease the number of competitors for the loan— RC ( DLC : TJ...
It is with sincere pleasure I embrace the present occasion, of transmitting you the enclosed paper, to offer my affectionate and humble Respects to Him who even when engaged with the high and important cares of a mighty nation’s welfare, did not think my lowly avocation beneath his notice. But with a condesension and goodness that can never be obliterated from my remembrance kindly offered to...
I have taken advantage of M rs Randolph ’s absence to employ the house servant at my buildings—who has had the care of the rabbits—and I observe they have suffer’d by a change of keepers— I therefore send you a pair which have been long reserv’d for you—and hope you may succeed with them better than I have done—They may be fed with Cabbage leaves—clover—indeed almost any kind of green...