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    • McDowell, John
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    • Jefferson, Thomas
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    • Adams Presidency

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I received your favour this morning by post wishing me to send what money there is my hands arising from the sales of your Nails there is at present between Eighteen & Twenty pounds which you can have at any time Mr Clarke inform.d me that they was onley to be sold for Cash I have done so and that is the verry reason there is not more sold the scarsity of Cash with us at present and another...
I received your favour this morning by post in which you mention that feathers of a good quallity would answer you for the balance of Nails now on hand I should be willing to give feathers but they are so Scarce at present that It would impossible to procure them at any price. there has been Such A demand last Summer in the place That I doe now that 20 ⅌ Could be Got in the Whole Town...
I have Sent you all the Cash that is in my hands at present by Jupiter which is Ninety two Dollars & ⅔ you mentiond you will be Satisfyed to receve payments quarterly any time that will answer you I shall be Satisfyed as I only retail your Nails for Cash And I can remit the money at any time however When It best Suits you you will please to send me one Cask of 12 d and one 20 d—as I have None...
I have an opputunity by the hands of Mr Jacob Kenney of Sending you forty pounds which is nearly the balance due you however the remainder may be had at any time I mention.d that I wished to decline the business as It will not Suit me any longer for the reasons I before mention.d which I exspect you have heard as I wrote several weeks ago but have recieved no answer Therefore I shall be glad...
I Recieved your favour this morning by post respecting the balance of the Nails which is on hand wishing me to dispose of them To Oblige you as the assortment is not good I will still Keep them And Sell them assoon as possible and Send you the Amount when Sold—It will be some time before all the Eights is Sold as there is a large quantity of them left however I will doe the best I can with...
I received your favour this morning by post in which you mention to know the amt: of mony in my hands ariseing from the sales of your Nails I have never sold but Very triffling of them Sense the last Statement None except the 10d: The six penny & 8d is all still on hand therefore It is but a trifling sum in my hands besides the small balance before however whatever there is I will Send It to...
I have sent you inclosed an a statement of the nails Acct with you and the balance due you shall have the first opputunity or If you any safer hand you may send An order I have trusted a small part but I exspect shall be able to collect It in a few weeks or assoon as you will have an opputunity to send And I wish you to apply to some other person for take the balance and dispose of them As I...