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I now remit you the sum of 273. D. in an order from the bank of the US. at this place on that at Philadelphia, for nailrod furnished heretofore. I take this occasion of praying you to send to Messrs. Gibson & Jefferson for me, a further supply of two tons of nailrod, assorted as usual. I will thank you if at the same time you can procure and forward for me one of the large steel hand–mills for...
I now inclose you a draught of the bank of this place on that at Philadelphia for 281.25 D agreeable to your invoice of Sep. 16. the date of which shews I am a little in default in this remittance. Accept my friendly salutations MHi : Coolidge Collection.
I inclose you an order of the bank of the US. of this place on that of Philadelphia for 111. D 34 c now due, and tender you the assurances of my friendship & respect. MHi : Coolidge Collection.
Yours of May 27. is recieved and I now supply the omission of my former letter by stating that it is double rolled sheet iron which I have occasion for. I have this moment recieved a letter from my workman at Monticello stating his want of the iron below described. as this want is immediate, I should be glad you could put the iron on board the first vessel going to Richmond. it will be...
I inclose you an order of the bank of the US. here on that at Philadelphia for 220.15 D. this pays to you the sum of 206.90 D now due to you, and it includes a sum of 13.25 D over, which I pray you to pay to Benjamin Johnson, bookseller of Philadelphia, for books furnished through Isaac Briggs. it is because I have no correspondent for money affairs at Philadelphia, that I trouble you with...
Your two last bills for iron furnished were for 278. Dollars falling due this month, & 47. D 45c due the next month, I now inclose you the amount of both, towit a 50. dollar Pensva bank bill and a check of the branch bank here on the bank of the US. for 275.45 D. making in the whole 325. D 45c which I hope will get safe to hand. In the first week of the ensuing month be pleased to ship to the...
William Stewart, who lives with me as smith at Monticello, has desired me to have sent thither the iron of different kinds detailed below and as it is intended for a mill, and much labour will be saved by an exact choice in conformity with the list he has desired that his son Alexander Stewart of Philadelphia may be permitted to make the choice. this person will accordingly call on you with...
I now remit you an order of the bank of the US. of this place on that at Philadelphia for 243. D by the amount of your bill of sheet lead shipped Sep. 14. and salute you with great esteem & respect. MHi : Coolidge Collection.
Having occasion for a supply of rod & hoop-iron, according to the invitation of your mr Jones, I address myself to you for two tons of rods of the sizes hitherto furnished me, that is to say from 6 d. to 20 d. and of a quarter of a ton of 4 d. hoops, which be pleased to ship immediately before the closing of your river, to the address of messrs. Gibson & Jefferson in Richmond, notifying me at...
I wrote you on the 9th. for two tons of nail rod, and 2 ½ hundred of bar iron. among the latter I should wish to have bars of an inch square amounting to 30. f. in length or running measure, also that you would add to the order sheet iron 2 f. wide & of the longest sheets you have making up. 60. f. of length in the whole, or running measure. should the rod & bars have been sent off before you...