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Th: Jefferson incloses to Captain Peyton a blank for the renewal of his note in the Farmer’s bank of which Capt P. has been so kind as to undertake the patronage, for the discount on which mr Gibson is desired to answer his call, and he salutes him with affectionate esteem & respect. PoC ( MHi ); on verso of reused address cover to TJ; dateline at foot of text; endorsed by TJ. Enclosure not...
I observe you advertise fine family flour for sale . in return for Col o Alston ’s compliment of rice the last year I wish to send him ½ a doz. barrels of the finest family flour in the world. this would be acceptable because they have it not there. market flour, even good, would be an insult, becaus e they have it in abundance. I place my honor therefore in your hands when I request you to...
I recieved in due time your favor of Mar. 30 . and on reconsideration of the subject, have changed my mind. while I lived in Washington I recieved sample of wheat from Chili , which I gave to mr Divers to take care of. it proves not so productive as our own but whiter than the whitest of the May wheat . at the next harvest I will get mr Divers to prepare half a dozen barrels of that
I was duely favor’d with yours covering a note for the renewal yours for $3,000 at the Farmers Bank, which was accordingly done this day, & I am requested by the Cashier to inform you that a curtail of $500 will be required on it at the renewal after the next , to wit, on the 4th of October.—This is done I understand in consequence of the loan being considered temporary in the beginning, & an...
By Thom Wood you will receive 4 Blls: Herrings & 1 Bll Shad which have been delivered to him in good order if so delivered to you please pay fght: as Customary 5 Blls: MHi : Coolidge Collection.
By M r Johnson you will receive a small Bag of Seeds ford d by the Collector at Petersburg.—if delivered in good order please pay freight as customary— Say to M rs Randolph if you please that her Bll: Ha by M r Johnson for M rs Morris are safely to hand & shall be dispatched by the first Vessel to N. York—in haste— 1 Bag MHi : Coolidge Collection.
I have to ask the favor of you to dispose of the inclosed bill of exchange for me. it is drawn by D r Everitt on James Maury of Liverpool, being the nett proceeds of tobaccos consigned by the D r to Maury, sold by the latter, and the account of sales acknoleging the balance of 240£–15s.8d sterling in his hands and liable to order. these papers under Maury’s hand D r Everitt shewed to my...
The periods for the renewal of my notes in the Farmer’s & US. banks approaching—I inclose you the two of 3000.D. each for those banks which you have heretofore been so kind as to attend to, to which I add another to the US. bank for 2250.D. heretofore endorsed by mr Gibson, but now by my grandson to relieve mr Gibson, mr Marx having informed me that this change would be admitted. I shall be...
This morning’s mail put me in rec t your two esteemed favors of the 12th & 14th of this instant, together with their several enclosures— The Bill of Exchange drawn by D r Everett in favor Tho s J. Randolph Esq r is herewith returned, for want of force, & a correct one accompanying it for his signature—you will observe the amount of sterling money drawn for, should be expressed in the body of...
I recieved this morning your favor of the 17 th have got the correct bills signed by D r Everett, now inclose them and hope they will get to hand before my draught in favor of White gets round to you. the 56. 31 and 88 D. curtail must be retained out of the proceeds of the bill of Exchange, I had in mr G.’s hands at the last statement of our accounts but about 30. D. and he may have paid some...