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Being unexpectedly obliged to leave town for a day I write this away from my Compting house 50 ₶ recd., acct will be paid; 250 ℔ White lead shipped to Gibson & Jefferson by Capt Howe Bill of Lading will be enclosed to morrow with accot—   Excuse this hasty line from Your friend & Sert PS. H.T. advises Boxes were gone on I take the liberty of enclosing a line for Mr. Narlov which I hope You...
Four Double & one Single Keg White lead ground in oil were shipped to Mess Gibson & Jefferson of Richmond by the Schr. adventure Capt Town—By the Schr Liberty Capt. Lewis I send another Keg—containing 7 ℔ Stone Oker ground in oil—I have sent this in consequence of a practice generally introduced here, the advantage of which has been waranted by experience, of mixing as much of this with the...
The reciept last night of your favor of the 7th. has enabled me to attempt below a statement of the reimbursement I have to make you. if it be correct, the amount is 34 D. 17, for which I now inclose you an order of the US. bank here on that of Philadelphia, with my thanks for your kindness. these little newspaper accounts scattered all over the union have been extremely troublesome to me, and...
I have recieved your favor of 10th. with remittance of 34 17/100 Ds. which ballances the payments made—Whenever I can be made useful, it will gratify me to be so— After a long life of so much activity & weighty responsibility, you cannot but contemplate with great pleasure, the moment when you have resolved to get rid of the Burthen, & resume without interruption those pursuits, which combine...
By letters recieved from the Revd Mr Warden & Mr Lasteyrie they mention having Sent some Bookes for the Society—The Letters appear to have come by the stage, but we have not heard of the Books—Permit us to Solicit your assistance to ascertain whether they were given in charge to the person who had the Care of the dispatches, & how we can get at them—Mr Lasteyries work is on the Cotton plant. I...
I have heard nothing of any books from M. Lasteyrie for the Philosophical society. Lieutt. Lewis sent me from him a treatise on the Cotton plant, and another on the Sugar cane, marked by the author as for myself, and so explained in a letter from him, wherein he says nothing of having sent any for the society. but as your letter did not pass through me, probably the books were sent through the...
I have taken the liberty on the part of the A.P. Society to Send by mail Some Blank Certificates for your Signature which you will please return as Soon as Convenient. Mr Joel Barlow & Mr Fulton were elected members at our last meeting I remain with great respect Dr sir Your friend & ob Sert DLC : Papers of Thomas Jefferson.