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I inclose you an order of the bank of the US. here on that at Philadelphia for 360. D. 97c the...
On the 9. inst. I wrote to you for 2. tons of rod & 2 ½ Cwt. of bar iron. on the 18th. I wrote to...
I wrote you on the 9th. for two tons of nail rod, and 2 ½ hundred of bar iron. among the latter I...
I expect that mr Barnes on the 6th. inst. remitted you on my account two hundred & eighty two...
I now remit you the sum of 273. D. in an order from the bank of the US. at this place on that at...
I inclose you an order of the bank of the US. at this place on that at Philadelphia for 140.47 D...
I inclose you an order of the bank of the US. of this place on that of Philadelphia for 111. D 34...
Your letter of Dec. 10. is duly recieved and gave me the first intimation that I had omitted a...
I now remit you an order of the bank of the US. of this place on that at Philadelphia for 243. D...
I must ask the favor of you to procure & forward to Richmond ten hundred weight of pig lead. I...
Be pleased to send me the quantity of sheet lead below stated, to be rolled, and of the thickness...
I find my works here absolutely out of nailrod. I must therefore pray you to send on without...
Yours of May 27. is recieved and I now supply the omission of my former letter by stating that it...
I must ask the favor of you to procure for me 200. sheets of rolled iron, each sheet 16. I. wide...
Be pleased to ship for me to messrs. Gibson and Jefferson at Richmond two tons of nail rod...
I inclose you an order of the bank of the US. here on that at Philadelphia for 220.15 D. this...
I now inclose you a draught of the bank of this place on that at Philadelphia for 281.25 D...
I am to ask the favor of you to send me the articles stated below with as little delay as...
I shall very shortly have occasion for a considerable quantity of sheet copper, proper for...
Mr. Barnes will, on this day sennight, remit to you the sum of 137 D. 10c. now due, on my...
I have to ask the favor of you to send me, under the shortest delay possible, the assortment of...
I inclose your letter of Sep. 7. 05 merely to shew the source of my error in supposing the sum of...
Your letter of Feb. 22. was duly recieved and occasioned me great astonishment. Of the two debts...
Be so good as to send by the first vessel bound to Richmond two tons of nail-rod sorted,...
Be pleased to send two tons of nailrod, assorted as I have usually required, by the first vessel...
I inclose you a draught of the US. bank here on that at Philadelphia for 253 D .33 c now due for...
Your favor of the 14th. has been duly recieved. the stoves bespoke by mr Latrobe, & mentioned to...
My absence from this place during the last month & part of the preceding occasioned the...
I now inclose you a draught of the US. bank at this place on that of Philadelphia for 249.33 D...
Towards the latter end of this month, but before your river closes up, be so good as to avail...
William Stewart, who lives with me as smith at Monticello, has desired me to have sent thither...
Be pleased to send immediately, to the address of Messrs. Gibson & Jefferson of Richmond to be...
I some time ago made enquiry of you whether iron sheets of the dimensions therein stated could be...
If I recieved from you a bill for the two tons of nail rod shipped (I believe) in the latter part...
Your favor of April 13. came to hand in due time, and I have heard of the arrival of the two tons...
Be pleased to send immediately for me to the address of Gibson and Jefferson in Richmond 2. tons...
Your favor of the 25th. has been recieved. Stewart passed through this place on his way back to...
Your two last bills for iron furnished were for 278. Dollars falling due this month, & 47. D 45c...
Be pleased by the first conveyance to Richmond to forward to the address of Messrs. Gibson &...
Having occasion for a supply of rod & hoop-iron, according to the invitation of your mr Jones, I...