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I received yesterday, and at this place, a letter from mr Edwin Starke of Norfolk of Oct. 30. when he had but just rec d one from me of Oct. 10. in which he informs me he had forwarded a box recieved for me from Europe to yourself at Petersburg to be forwarded to Monticello . I regret this terrible mistake of mr Starke in the geography of Monticello
Yours of the 22 nd inst. I received only three days ago—Being abscent in the country with my family prevented my receiving it before— With respect to your box, I had previously Sent it to Richmond , addressed to the care of Mr Gibson , whom I had seen, and who informed me that he would contrive it to you if I would send it over to you him —I trust by this time it has reached you in Safety—I...
I have for some months been expecting a cask of Scupernon wine which mr Burton of N. Carolina was so kind as to procure for me. I have not heard from mr Burton himself thro’ what channel he forwarded it, but Francis Eppes tells me he thinks it was either addressed to your care or to that of mr Johnson a merchant of Petersburg . I take the liberty of troubling you with this enquiry, and with...
Yours of the 6 th inst. I have just received. The wine you speak of, Co l Burton procured and sent to Mr Johnson , a merchant of this town. Mr Johnson informs me that in a few days after he received it, he met with Mr Eppes , and after telling him that he had a cask of wine for you, requested to know what he should do with it,— Mr E. told him he had better send it to
I must trouble you once more on the subject of my unfortunate cask of Scuppernon wine. having written to mr Gibson concerning it, he says in answer ‘ Col o Burton , who was here very lately, has at length discovered that the cask of Scuppernon wine, which he had supposed had long since reached was, by some mistake sent to mr Thweatt . I presume he has directed it to be forwarded to me.’ hence...
Having just returned with my family from a long trip up the country, I never received your favor until now— As I stated to you in a former letter , Co l Burton sent your cask of wine to Mr Johnson of this place— and Mr J. as I also stated sent it to your agent, Mr Gibson in Richmond —The Captain of the vessel by whom Mr J.