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Cap t Bernard Peyton, a commission merchant of Richmond, and particular friend of mine, being now on a tour to the North and East, informed me that he would have occasion to call on you, and that a letter lodged with you would be sure to get to his hands, on this ground I ask the favor of your care of the within. Cap t Peyton served honorably as an officer in the last war, since which he has...
Our mail of yesterday evening brought me your favor of the 3 d and I this day write to Maj r Gibbons to have the cases of wine delivered to Capt Bernard Peyton my correspondent there, and I write to Capt Peyton to remit you immediately the 17 D. 05 as noted for duties & expence which you have been so kind as to advance for me. for this act of kindness as well as for your other attentions to...
Your favor of Dec. 12. with a note of the duties & charges on the articles you recieved for me from Marseilles was long on the road and is recently recieved. I have this day written to Col o Bernard Peyton my correspondent in Richmond to remit you immediately the amount noted of 78D.23C which I hope will get safe to your hands. the object of the present is merely to inform you of it and to...
I have just recieved your favor of the 17 th informing me of the arrival of my stores from Marseilles & that you will be so kind as to ship them by the first vessel to Col o Bernard Peyton my correspondent at Richmond. to this favor be pleased to add that of forwarding me by mail a note of the duties, freight and other charges which shall be immediately remitted to you. Presuming you must have...
I recieved yesterday your favor of Oct. 29. informing me of the shipment of my stores to Col o Peyton; and I have this day desired him to remit you immediately the 73D.93C am t of freight, duties & other charges, which I trust will get safely to hand, and with my thanks for your kindness be pleased to accept the assurance of my great esteem and respect. DLC : Blair-Woodbury Family Papers.
My letter to mr Adams, of Oct. 12. which is the subject of your’s of the 23 d ult. does not claim the encomiums you are so kind as to bestow on it. it was simply the expression of such sentiments as ought to arise under the circumstances of the case, past & present; & such as I am sure would have arisen had the persons been interchanged. With respect to your request to publish it, I must say...
Col o Bernard Peyton, the bearer of this letter is my friend and Correspondent of Richmond, where he has been established for some years a Commission merchant, and with good success. of this he is entirely worthy, enjoying the general confidence and esteem of his countrymen, for his great punctuality and integrity. proposing to take a trip Northwardly with views of enlarging his business, I...
Th: Jefferson returns his thanks to mr Dearborne for the communication of the papers containing the Defence of his father. to him however no defence could be needed of a person who has ever possessed his unlimited confidence. it has served to establish radically the opinion before entertained of the degraded being who has excited this new enquiry. Th:J. salutes mr Dearborne with respectful...
I recieved yesterday your favor informing me of the arrival of a parcel of wines for me to your address, with your statement of the expences of freight, duties E t c which you have been so kind as to answer for me 31. D 30 c which sum I have this day desired Col o Peyton to remit to you. for this and your kindness in despatching them to him without waiting to hear from me I am very thankful. I...
I recieved yesterday your favor of the 6 th and supposing it possible that mr Appleton may not have sent you an invoice of the cost of the marble for our University arrived in your port, so as to enable you to settle the duties, I inclose you his account furnished to me, by which you will see what their prime cost has been. these marble capitals were ordered Oct. 8. 1823. the new Tariff law...