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My last respects were in date of the 15th. of January by the Ship William Bingham, Captn Cunnyngham for Baltimore. by that Vessel I forwarded to the Care of Mr. Christie the Collector—a box of neopolitan macaroni, and a parmesan cheese. I then mention’d I had purchas’d for you about 200. bottles of Montepulciano wine, but I have now increas’d the quantity to 350. which I will forward by the...
Your letter of yesterday was duly received together with the inclosures, as soon as the Box arrives I will forward it by the first vessell agreably to your directions, there is a Vessell up for Bordaux expeted to sail in all next week shall send it by his if it comes to hand in time I have the Honour to be with respect your obt Sevt MHi : Coolidge Collection.
I have made a design, and a bargain for your redStone at 20₶. If you will have the goodness to send it to me ⅌ bearer it will immediately be put into hand. The Italians conceive themselves, and indeed are under such obligations to you, that they insistd on presenting to You their Labors,—but agreeably to your wishes I have made the bargain which appeared to me reasonable on all sides. I have...
I was going to send you the enclosed when I received your valuable present of the Camera obscura, accompanied by a note still more valuable. You have conferred upon me nothing but benefits. This additional kindness renders me at a loss how to express what I feel towards you. I cannot do it in words; but the opinion and the regard that prompted this new proof of your sentiments towards me are...
Agreeable to your request I now send to the care of Mr Deblois, a Keg of Myrtle wax—The gentleman who forwarded it to me has not informed me of the quantity. I have not seen it, I shall be pleased if you find it to be of a good quality—We had the day before yesterday a great fall of snow—Great part of it yet remains—The weather is uncommon for this season—we have ice in abundance. Recieve the...