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I Shall now make an experiment, if I can dispell a malignant Spirit of gloom, which hovers about me, without any other incantation besides acknowledging your both Favours of the 4th and the 9th of april with which I was So kindly honoured by you. Indeed—Sir! this intercourse is nearly the only pastime left me in my deep retreat and then mÿ Situation imperiously often forbids me to indulge...
Yours of the 24th April came regularly to hand with A check for Twelve dollars for which you have credit—the reciept of it ought to have been acknowledged sooner but we have been so much engaged that it has been neglected— We think mr. Rapine must be mistaken in saying the Acc t was paid in February 1808—We have examined our books very carefully but find no account of it besides it does not...
If I have not already, too much trespassed upon your attention, permit me to observe, that the commercial Interests of the United States, are now unrepresented in Portugal. The consulate office, in consequence of the absence of Mr Jarvis, has become vacant. If it comports with your feelings & does not interfer, with the arrangements of Government, I should be happy, through your personal...
12 June 1811. Lists items “Bot. of Joel Barlow,” including seventy-three bottles of burgundy “called Clos de vegiot” at $1.50 per bottle; twenty-one dozen of porter and ale at $2.25 per dozen; eight bottles of “Old Chateaux Margaux this is the same wine as is usually sent to the President from Bordeaux with the difference that this has been in bottle 5 years,” at $1 per bottle; “2 Cases...