You
have
selected

  • Period

    • Confederation Period

Author

Sort: Frequency / Alphabetical

Show: Top 10 / Top 50

Recipient

Sort: Frequency / Alphabetical

Show: Top 10 / Top 50

Dates From

Dates To

Search help
Documents filtered by: Period="Confederation Period"
Results 17651-17661 of 17,661 sorted by editorial placement
  • |<
  • <<
  • <
  • Page 354
  • >
  • >>
  • >|
Memorandums for Mr. Short. According to the route you propose at present you will probably see no part of the Rhone between Lyons and Pont St. Esprit. Consequently you will not pass Tains, where the Hermitage wine is made. Should any change of plan carry you by Tains, be so good as to enquire Who makes the 1st. 2d. and 3d. best crops of White Hermitage, what have been the best years for 7. or...
Having just received Advice of an Edict being publishd in France, forbiding the importation of foreign Sparmacitæ Oil I beg leave to apply to you for your Assistance respecting the American Ship Diana Capt. from Boston, with a Cargo of Sparmacitæ Oil purchasd there, and Ship’d for Have de Grace, to the Address of Mess. Homberg & Homberg freres of that City. This Cargo, was purchased, by Vertue...
Mr. Jefferson has the honour to present his compliments to Mr. Kissam and to send him a letter which has come to his hands. He wrote yesterday morning to invite Mr. Kissam to do him the favor of dining with him to-day: but the servant not finding him at his antient lodgings brought back the note, and it was not till night that Mr. Jefferson knew of this circumstance. He wishes the present may...
Agrées je vous suplie mes remerciments de ce que vous me mettes dans le cas heureux d’éxecutter vos ordres, de rendre homage a mes sentiments pour Mr. Short et pour Mr. Rutledge, et de leur être d’une bien foible utilité. Ils n’avoient besoin que d’eux-mêmes certifiés par vous, pour avoir le droit de tout attendre de Mr. le Comte d’Albert de Rions commandant de la Marine a Toulon. Il remplace...
17655Memorandum Books, 1783 (Jefferson Papers)
Maryland & Pennsylva. currency 7/6 to the dollar. Jan. 1. Pd. for sundries for Patsy £3–17–6. 2. Pd. for washing 24/—Bell for books £8–5. 3. Recd. of Rob. Morris for the United States £175. Pd. contribution to American Philosoph. society 35/. 4. Pd. for books from Styner & Cist 27/6—repd. Bob 1/10½. Pd. for a box 22/6—pd. McIlhenny a taylor £14–18–8. 5. Pd. for mending gun lock 8/4. 6. Pd. for...
17656Memorandum Books, 1784 (Jefferson Papers)
Jan. 1. Paid Mrs. Gheeseland to this day for myself £13–2–6. Note this is a guinea a week or 5/ a day for lodging and 2/6 a day for wood. 3. Pd. for corn £2–16–3. Charge 14/1 of it to Colo. Monroe. 4. Pd. Mrs. Gheeseland for servt. to New year’s day £4–7–6. Note this was at half a guinea a week. Began this day to dine with Mrs. Gheeseland. 5. Pd. Plane the barber 12/6—sundries 9/6 door lock...
17657Memorandum Books, 1785 (Jefferson Papers)
Jan. 4. Pd. Marc  Dec. 27.—Jan. 2. ₶   postage 2 washing 22 – 8
17658Memorandum Books, 1786 (Jefferson Papers)
Jan. 1. wages etrennes ₶     ₶      ₶   Paid 
17659Memorandum Books, 1787 (Jefferson Papers)
Jan. 1. Gave the following etrennes at court ₶     Valet de chambre de M. de Vergennes 96 Livery servants of do.
17660Memorandum Books, 1788 (Jefferson Papers)
Jan. 1. Paid assistants on breakg. axle tree on road to Versailles 3 ₶ . wages etrennes ₶     ₶    
17661Memorandum Books, 1789 (Jefferson Papers)
Jan. 1. Paid Petit servants wages and etrennes as follows wages etrennes total   Petit 72 ₶  +  24 ₶