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The sorrel riding-horse is to be kept for Mr. Bacon’s riding. If Arcturus has not been exchanged...
After leaving home some other things occurred to me which I will now mention by way of supplement...
I inclose you 240. Dollars which be pleased to pay as follows. D  c to  Hancock Allen 92. 80
Yours of the 11th. by John is recieved. I should imagine that above & near the New road, and in...
I now inclose you 620. D. to be applied as follows. to John Perry 200. D. James Walker 100. D....
Davy arrived here last night and he will set out tomorrow, if the weather permits. he takes in...
I inclose you 700. Dollars, of which be pleased to pay to James Walker 100. D. John Perry 100 D....
I am informed that for want of the mill irons which Stewart should have made, mr Walker has been...
I have duly recieved your letters of the 13th. & 20th. the 14£ which you say is still wanting to...
I inclose you two hundred and forty five dollars, to wit for mr Dinsmore 20.  D. mr Chisolm 50....
As I must carry thorn plants home in the spring to fill up the vacancies in my hedges, I must now...
Your’s of Jan. 30. is recieved. I now inclose you 350. Dollars towit for James Walker 100. D....
I suppose Davy will set out tomorrow, and of course that he will hardly be back to Monticello...
Davy has been detained here until this day. he now carries with him some bundles of trees, and...
   Memorandums The first work to be done is to finish every thing at the mill, to wit, the dam,...
Will you be so good as to desire mr Stewart to fit up my cutting knife to be used at Monticello,...
I inclose you four hundred and eighty dollars to be paid as follows. D to mr John Carr for J....
My packages which were shipwrecked having been sent on from Richmond to Monticello, I send you a...
Mr. Perry informs me he is ready to proceed with the stable, but cannot for want of the hauling....
I promised Henry Williams to send him by this day’s post 87 D. 13 C for William Stewart. I...
I now inclose you 360. Dollars to be paid as follows to John Perry for Walker’s order 100. D. to...
I am entirely uninformed of the nature of mr John Peyton’s account, as also of that of Cooper. I...
Your’s of the 16th. was recieved by the post of last week. I authorised mr Shoemaker to give some...
I now inclose you 250. Dollars, of which 100. is for James Walker, 50. for mr Maddox, and 100. D....
Davy has been detained till now, the earth having been so frozen that the plants could not be dug...
I recieved last night your letter of the 4th. and a new arrangement of the post which begins this...
I inclose you four hundred & fifty five dollars to be paid as follows. to John Perry 100. D. Hugh...
Mr. Eppes of Eppington in Chesterfield has bought a horse for me which is now at his house, and...
I recieved last night information that 2. tons of nail rod were shipped from Philadelphia for me....
I recieved last night yours of the 18th. respecting mr Belt’s horse. he never spoke to me on that...